A prank can go one of two ways: it will fail miserably and someone or something will get hurt or it will be applauded for its ingenuity. While the former seems to be the more likely scenario, the Class of 2018 at Cumberland High School in Wisconsin proved that pranks are capable of receiving praise.
The crafty seniors took a white Grand AM GT, cut it in half, and utilized black tarp and scattered bricks to make it appear as if the car had driven through the side of the school. At first glance, it does appear as if the vehicle had driven into the wall, which the Cumberland School District confirms was right outside of the principal’s office.
The optical illusion was a favorite among the school district if only for one reason: "This prank included absolutely no damage at all to school property," the district confirmed. Too often the annual pranks cross boundaries that are detrimental to school property and fellow students, but one of this caliber proves that, with some actual thought, they can still be appreciated without being damaging.