The art of stoping along side a wheelie bin full of rubbish on the side of a residentual street, the passenger of the vehicle leans out of the window and grabs hold of the handle, leaving the wheels of the bin still on the ground.
The driver of the vehicle accelerates to around 80Km/h & once a sutible car parked on the side of the road is found, the passenger lets go of the bin, causing it to collide with the rear of the car, thus causing alot of damage to the parked car, and rubbish strewn all over the road.
What did you guys do last night?
Ah not much, just went binning.
Well we launch wheelie bins into the ass end of cars at high speed.
'Binning' is the art of leaning a bin on the outside of an inward opening door. The bin must be placed at a certain angle so that when the door is opened the bin will fall and create a startling noise and a characteristic *bang*, the decibal output of which depends on the material the bin is constructed of. This technique of 'Binning' was invented and developed by the now legendary UK STEALTH BINNING CORP®. The idea behind the prank is that whoever falls victim to a 'Binning' cannot punish those involved as they will have dispersed to an appropriate rendezvous point thus being able to deny any involvement in the binning incident. Different binning techniques show different levels of respect. A tall metal bin is the most lethal as this disperses the most rubbish and creates the most startling noise. A plastic bin with a bin bag should not disperse much rubbish therefore being less problomatic for the victim (a sign that you respect the victim more than the victim of a metal binning). Other materials have not yet been field tested but are currently under development. These include the Mk2 Metal Bin Stack and the Wooden Laundry Bin but information on these techniques will not be released until they have been adequatly tested. The art of binning was created as a action of jest which entailed a bin being placed against a toilet cubical door so after "unleashing their load" would have a bin fall down, but the art was soon lost and never used again. It was later rediscovered a mo...more...