I have an idea the administration at Nyack College was tickled to death when my DH, John,
graduated and got out of Dodge. I'm not sure if he was part of the small group of guys who stayed at the college over Christmas one year so they could work but I wouldn't put it past him. One of the students had a new VW Beetle and left it on campus while he flew home for Christmas. As soon as he left, the boys started dismantling the car, carrying it piece by piece up 3 flights of stairs to reassemble it in the guy's room. They had almost 3 weeks to complete it but they did and when the kid came back to his room after Christmas, he walked into his room and was so dumbfounded he couldn't even speak. Of course, no one was going to take responsibility for it and risk being expelled from college, so the kid had to hire a bunch of guys to take the Beetle apart in his room, carry it piece by piece down 3 flights of stairs (there were no elevators in that dorm) and reassemble it. It was pretty funny, I admit.
I think it was overkill, though, when the boy left for a weekend (taking his car with him for safekeeping) and came back to find that someone had poured honey all over his underwear and socks in his dresser. Now, that was a MESS.
"Because of the Lord’s great love we are not consumed, for his compassions never fail. They are new every morning; great is your faithfulness." Lamentations 3:22-23