Bnet writes: "Last Friday's "Top 5? post - about the best office pranks - got folks talking about shenanigans at work. One poster offered a gem about using the shimmer effect in Word, which got me thinking about a whole new class of goofs: mucking about with a co-worker's computer.
Don't get me wrong. For the most part, I think someone else's laptop or desktop should be sacrosanct. I'd never condone deleting files, sabotaging a co-worker's project, snooping, or other dastardly deeds. Messing with someone's machine may be more likely to incite the prankee to violence than to prompt laughter.
But then again… some of the stunts I've turned up are frankly too good not to share. So if you're in a virtuous mood, wait until April Fool's Day to trot them out. But if you're feeling just ever-so-slightly evil, perhaps some of these pranks have your cubicle-mate's (or boss's) name written all over them.
Just don't say I didn't warn you."