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April Fools Office Prank: The Boss (original content) - March 31, 2011, 07:35 PM

Step 0: Gather scissors, tape, and blank paper.

Step 1: Find a digital photo of your boss or someone that would be funny to have on a giant poster. It can be local or online.




Step 2: Visit The Rasterbator at The Sect of Homokaasu - The Rasterbator and select Rasterbate Online.




Step 3: Indicate where the image is coming from, either local or www.




Step 4: Browse to the image location (local) or enter the image URL (www).




Step 5: Crop if you need to and click next. Click OK in the review output crap.




Step 6: Choose paper size (note that A4 is default, you want US Letter) and determine how many pages you want to consume with the image. Click Next. Click Continue to confirm the number of sheets of paper.




Step 7: Set your options. Set Dot Size to 7 mm for highest resolution but more toner waste. Use black unless you have a color printer.




Step 8: Click Rasterbate! You'll see a progress bar and then an automatic download of the multipage file in pdf format.




Step 9: Print! Make sure you select to shrink to printable area.




Step 10: Mock, trim, tape, assemble.






Step 11: Publish your work!






Step 12: Set your GoPro to record the response (optional).

Step 13: Establish plausible deniability any way you can or run!

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you crack me up Heist hahahaaaaa !



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Haha!.
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