Cone thugging began in October 2008 in Fair Oaks, Ca. It has spread like wildfire and become a common prank in Sacramento, Ca. Started by Kayla Ravanelli and Emily Romero, this prank seems to pop up everywhere. The task is simple: find a traffic cone, write a haiku on it, and leave it on someone's front lawn and/or motor vehicle. The next day, if the cone is trashed nearby, steal a plethora of cones and leave them in a creative fashion everyday for a week. Any type of traffic cone will do...tall skinny ones, short and fat, etc.
A construction site is right up the street...you guys up for some cone thugging?
Some Cone Thugs came last night and I was inspired by their haikus.
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