Think first, teepee later.
Let's go teepeeing, they said. It'll be fun, they said. Well, thanks to them, I'm doing 5-10 (days) for vandalism. That's right. I'm grounded.
When they first approached me with the idea, I thought, "Yes! I've heard about this!" You go out in the cover of night armed with 12 mega rolls or Charmin and get to work on your nemesis's yard. Let's just say, Charlie Dumpkin had it comin' for that wedgie in gym class that one time.
Thousands of cottony square feet later, I was pretty proud of my accomplishment. Then it started to rain and I thought, "Ha ha! The karma gods are smiling down on me today." Little did I know, The Dumpkins has recently installed security cameras.
So from this experience I've learned two valuable lessons: 1. removing toilet paper mush from trees and shrubs is a very arduous and humbling process and 2. when your friends ask if you want to go teepeeing, they just might be asking if you want to go camping in their fun new tent.