Hot Top Ten thing to do in a lift/elevator.

10. Greet everyone who comes into the lift

“Hello, Welcome to my lift!”

 

9. Press the highest number just before the lift stops

When you are in the lift, push the highest number just before the doors open, then when someone comes in, you will go to the top floor, and stay in the lift, then it will go to the other persons floor.

 

8. Push all the buttons in the lift before you exit

Just to annoy other people

 

7. Pass Wind

Release some gas from your backside then sniff, and ask people if it was them

 

6. Get out and back in

Get out the lift, and just before the doors close fully push the button and the door will open, then get back in the lift. It will confuse people in the lift

 

5. Tell someone the wrong floor

When you enter the lift and someone asks you what floor you need, say the number above the highest number, EG: The top floor is 5, you say floor 6) Then when they tell you there isn’t a floor 6, act confused and be a little worried.

 

4. Swap lifts

If there is two lifts on the same floor, get out of one and quickly get in the other one, and go to the same floor as the people in the other lift are going to, (Look which number is glowing before you exit the first lift). Then get out of the lift and walk off. Time it right and the people in the other lift exit the lift just before you exit, and they will be confused.

 

3. Use the emergency services code.

I think if you hold the doors close button and push and hold the floor you want for 2 seconds you will go to the floor you want first (I think). This is good if you have a team of people who do it so the people in the lift never get to their floor.

 

2. The alarm button.

If you hear a noise, act very worried and ask if you should press the alarm button in the lift, it will worry everyone else!

 

1. claustrophobic

Be very worried when you enter the lift and keep asking everyone if the lift has stopped or if it has broken down.

 

 

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