13 Of The Best Dwight And Jim Pranks To Help You Procrastinate Through Finals
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13 Of The Best Dwight And Jim Pranks To Help You Procrastinate Through Finals

Learn from the king of procrastination.

13 Of The Best Dwight And Jim Pranks To Help You Procrastinate Through Finals

A huge part of finals week at any school is procrastination. You procrastinate by watching Netflix, reading Odyssey articles, and scrolling through endless social media. However, we know that the best kind of procrastination is Jim from The Office. It's a known fact that he almost never does any work and fills his time pranking Dwight. So to help you procrastinate a little more this week, here are the best pranks Jim ever pulled on Dwight. NOTE: these are in no particular order because they were all just too good to choose.

1. The Jello.

This is kind of the OG of the Jim pranks. Jim puts all of Dwight's supplies in Jell-O in the Pilot of the show.

2. The Desk.

Jim moves Dwight's desk into the men's room, forcing all of his work to be done in the bathroom in season 2.

3. The Phone.

Jim forced Dwight to hit himself in the face with his own phone in season 2.

4. The Speech.

When Dwight had to make a speech at a conference, Jim tricked him into using the tips of famous dictator's speeches. This backfires when the tips are actually wildly successful. Also seen in season 2.

5. The Switch.

Jim comes into work dressed and acting like Dwight in season 3. Dwight does the same thing back to Jim at the end of the episode.

6. The Stopwatch.

When Dwight accuses Jim of using too much company time with personal time, Jim times everything Dwight does that isn't work related in season 5.

7. The Desk (Part 2).

Jim wraps every part of Dwight's desk in wrapping paper in season 5. What Dwight doesn't know is that it's actually just cardboard, and he falls when he tries to sit.

8. The Fight.

Jim convinces Dwight that his only worthy opponent in a fight is himself in season 6.

9. The Keys.

Jim adds 5 keys everyday to Dwight's key ring when he becomes the owner of the building, however it backfires when Pam laughs and ruins the prank in season 7.

10. The Beans.

After a day of trading at the garage sale, Jim convinces Dwight to trade for "Magical Beans" in season 7.

11. The Garden Party.

When Andy decides to hold a garden party at Schrute Farms, Jim writes a trick book that includes weird traditions the host must follow in season 8.

12. The Impersonator.

When Jim is spending part of his time in Philadelphia, he hires an actor friend of his to pretend to be him in season 9.

13. The Bestest Mensch.

The final and best prank is when Jim tells Dwight he can't be his bestest mensch at his wedding because he surprises him with Michael coming back.

Now go back and study!

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