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Pranks are not Always Fun: It was late at night    (Story Writing)

Pranks are not Always Fun 



As the night wore on, I was deeply engrossed in my studies, preparing for an upcoming examination. The house was quiet as everyone else in my family had retired for the night. Abruptly, my phone rang and displayed an unfamiliar number. I felt a sudden surge of fear, as late night phone calls often signal an emergency or other alarming events. My father was away on a business trip, and I immediately feared that something might have happened to him. Tentatively, I answered the phone and inquired as to the caller's identity. There was no response, only a deep sigh that heightened my sense of unease. I repeated my question, but still received no reply. For several agonizing minutes, the line remained silent until finally, a fit of laughter erupted from the other end, and the caller hung up. I was left bewildered and terrified by the experience, my mind so disturbed that I was unable to concentrate on my studies any longer.


The next day, after completing my exam, I encountered a friend who informed me that one of my classmates had played a prank on me the previous night. I was astounded by the revelation and confronted the prankster in search of an explanation. He confessed to being fond of pranks but claimed that no harm was intended. I implored him to refrain from such antics in the future, reminding him that we must all be mindful of our actions and refrain from causing needless distress to others. This incident taught me the importance of not engaging in activities that disrupt the peace of others' minds and reminded me that pranks are not always a source of amusement.


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