A: You're 13, you spend the night in a tent with three boys with no parental supervision and nothing happens. haha. True story. Although I'm not exactly sure how old I was but it was somewhere around 13 and with boys around my age. A couple were a little younger and one a year older. We were all friends and we were camping out in D's backyard for the night. Goes to show how much my parents trusted me at that point too. Although they were told I'd have my own tent, which I did and I intended to use, but then D's step dad pulled a prank that freaked him out BIG time and so we all stayed in the same tent and played video games until we fell asleep. That is a memory I hope I never forget. The prank:
The prank: we were all in the tent, it was late at night, and we were playing video games(Nintendo 64!! Yeah!) and all of a sudden we hear some footsteps close to the tent. Then we heard noises. D started to get scared. Then we heard this screeching sound that sounded like the tent being cut open. Then my oldest friend C started to egg D on, who was terrified by that point. C was saying how there's some murder out there and all this stuff. Then the noises stopped and it was all quiet. Then he tells D that we'll all run quickly out of the tent and get away. He unzips the tent and gets D to run out first (He might have pushed him out, I can't remember) D runs right out and then his step dad (wearing a scary mask) comes, running from the shed, and starts towards D and D runs right into the back sliding door where his mom comes to comfort him. Needles to say he was pissed. He was crying and saying how much he hated his step dad and his step dad kept saying it was just a joke and all this stuff trying to calm him down.
Looking back it was kinda mean but only because he fell so much for it. I can't believe he did because I don't think any of the rest of us fell for it. But he was obviously a very gullible kid. Then again we all made him believe that the creatures on those Magic trading cards would come alive at night. hahaha. Oh, poor D.