By Suprise - United States
Today, as I returned home, I noticed some movement inside my house. Thinking it was a break-in, I called 911. It was my friends and some coworkers trying to throw me a surprise birthday party. Nobody's said a word to me since. FML
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  Noremac42  |  8

And that my friends is why you invite at least one cop to surprise birthday parties. A non ticket-happy cop so you wont get arrested for arson for lighting the candles.

  punkyboy  |  11

suprise party's can be nice if planned correctly. they usually have a friend go with the person to the house to stop them from doing things like calling cops. OP'S friends just didn't plan the party right which caused all these problems

  queerdragon  |  20

I have been to several surprise parties. Some have been successful, others not so much.

The least successful one involved the girl in question coming home with her boyfriend and stripping in the hallway. She was furious when we jumped out and said "surprise."

The most successful surprise parties usually had someone invite the individual somewhere then come with them to the house. The ones that left the birthday boy/girl alone usually ended in them being pissed off or angry.

By  Evie_fml  |  14

You saw someone in your house when it was meant to be empty, you're supposed to call the police. It's ridiculous if they're refusing to speak to you over this. If anything it gives you and your friends a hilarious story of the time they tried to hold a surprise party and got busted by the cops. Those are the stories you retell for life. I don't get what their problem is.