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    Quote Originally Posted by DuneKoon View Post
    Glow in the dark paint that you can only see in the dark make it say stuff like "i see you" or "get out."
    That made me laugh so much. It's haunted! OH NOES!

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    And make hand prints all over ... i mean EVERY WHERE!

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    if you think about it, problems that annoy tenants so much that they leave hurt the landlord, cause he won't get any business for a while and the next set are just as likely to leave if he can't fix the problem.

    Long term damage ftw. Can't think of anything destructive...i'll get back to ya

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    Don't know the place but I'll assume you've already thought about putting dead fish under the floorboards of some rooms or hidden behind the bath. The best story I heard involved a woman putting shellfish inside hollow curtain poles when she was being divorced by her husband for a younger model. I liked the idea of glow in the dark paint. But if you're going to be in the same area for a while this is a funny one, hide a reciever somewhere where it's unlikely to be found then pass by at night and make strange noises into a transmitter to convince the new tenants the place is haunted, two way's even better so you can hear their reaction. Or get creative with the plumbing loosen up a couple of nut's here and there so that when they turn on the tap the place floods. As an enjoyable one get someone over and go at it on every surface in the kitchen and leave a little uv torch behind with a note containing instructions in one of the kitchen drawers. Are you leaving behind furnishings? saw partway through legs so that they're likely to snap the moment too much pressure is put on them. Hide photoshopped images of your landlord engaging in bestiality or necrophilia and have them hidden just well enough that they'll only be found once the tenants are fully moved in. If there's a chance the landline number won't be changed put an advert in an adult magazine advertising it as a sex chat line or just print cards and distribute them. Do you know someone with a pet rat? Distribute some rat droppings in appropriate places before you go or unleash some cockroaches if you have the stomach to gather them. There are so many nasty things you can do.

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    Egg white (don't use the yolk, it leaves a visable stain) in the carpet, under the floor, in draws (at the back), infact everywhere. Yeast under furniture is also good.

    Concentrated sugar water in places will also encourage ants.

    Loosen door hinges.

    I would say super glue the locks, but thats too obvious and you will probably have to pay to get them replaced.

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    ^eggs in teh carpet eww.XD

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    IF THIS IS TRUE, THEN HERE IS WHAT YOU DO.

    This one will cost you a couple of dollars, but it's worth it. First, get into the electrical wiring, anywhere in the building. Then, splice in your own electrical cable and leave the wires somewhere in the water system, whether it be on the pipes, in a sink, or whatever. This will slightly shock everyone who uses the water [Over a massive apartment, the electricity will not be able to concentrate too much in one area] and will run up the electricity bill.

    Make sure to cover up your work, and it will never be discovered.

    Also, you guys are pussy's, can't you come up with anything better?
    My inner evil cries in remorse at your pitifullness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ishman View Post
    IF THIS IS TRUE, THEN HERE IS WHAT YOU DO.

    This one will cost you a couple of dollars, but it's worth it. First, get into the electrical wiring, anywhere in the building. Then, splice in your own electrical cable and leave the wires somewhere in the water system, whether it be on the pipes, in a sink, or whatever. This will slightly shock everyone who uses the water [Over a massive apartment, the electricity will not be able to concentrate too much in one area] and will run up the electricity bill.

    Make sure to cover up your work, and it will never be discovered.

    Also, you guys are pussy's, can't you come up with anything better?
    My inner evil cries in remorse at your pitifullness.
    You come up with one lame idea (of which the only effects are a slight buzzing and a high electricity bill that the tenant not the landlord will have to pay) and you call us pussies?
    Go fuck yourself.

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    ... Tenant?

    You don't understand fool, this fucks up EVERYTHING in the entire apartment.

    The electricity seeps into all the appliances, screwing them up, strips away the metals from ionizing them, and so on.

    Dead animals? Smells? All that's going to do is make it really shitty for the next tennant, IN THAT ROOM.

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    Spread powdered sodium or potassium crystals on everything.

    They may or may not spontaneously combust, but if put it somewhere where it can come in contact with water then it will burn, and it would make the fire much harder to put out.

 

 
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