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Some of the Great Trollings of History

People have been around for long enough that prankery, shenanigans and cons have enjoyed a great heyday. Pranks and trickery are nothing new, and it's a breath of fresh air to learn that governments, generals, and famous historical figures totally messed with people. For some extra history, here are some history memes that are technically educational. For extra shenanigans, here are some mad lads who played by their own rules.

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Mad Lads Who Played The Game Their Way

When it comes to cheeky trickery, no one can outdo mad lads who play by their own rules. Whether it's an extremely dumb stunt or a ballsy move, these merry pranksters make sure they have the upper hand. Do their shenanigans always pay off? Maybe? Sort of? They're always down to try something bold.

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Punmaster Static_Bunny says: "Pepper is looking to at leash get a girl on his side."

Is it weird that the fourth panel immediately reminded me precisely of Bane from The Dark Knight Rises and nothing else? Because it did. - Matty Malaprop

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Ways Parents Tricked Their Young Children Into Loving Reading

If your kids love reading, it's essential to do everything you can to encourage that passion. But anyone with kids will know that anything they perceive to be your idea, they automatically don't want to be a part of, even if it will benefit them. So one dad, Professor. Robert McNees shared his trick on how to get his daughter to love reading, using reverse psychology. He Tweeted, "Somehow, I've lucked out and have an 8yo who thinks secretly reading under the covers past her bedtime is an act of rebellion, and it hasn't yet occurred to her that her flashlights never seem to run out of batteries."

This simple life hack inspired others to Tweet the ways their parents duped them into becoming bookworms too, and it seems like it's quite a common phenomenon. Kids love reading, and parents love it when their children read; if only they could work together towards a shared goal without the need for trickery!

Parenting hacks by physics professor Robert A.McNees on how to get your kids to love reading
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... that cunning bastard! We can't leave him hanging, but he's still breathing! Hans, put "high five" on the last words banned list immediately! - Matty Malaprop

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I mean, the Phil Lesh devotee in me wishes he would just buckle down and learn "Unbroken Chain," but "Truckin'" ain't a bad cut either. - Matty Malaprop