Someone Calculated How Much Money Jim Spent Pranking Dwight On "The Office" And It's Crazy

    It costs a lot of money to have a custom suit made out of Velcro.

    As any fan of The Office knows, Jim Halpert is a master of pranks.

    But have you ever wondered just how Jim pulled all those pranks off, and how much money he spent?

    Some were very cheap, like the old "stapler in Jell-O" prank.

    Others were a little pricier, like when he rented a tux to mock Dwight's dress code.

    The most expensive prank of all was this one, in which Jim and Pam learned Morse code.

    All told, this redditor estimates the cost of all of Jim's pranks to total a whopping $5,590.95.

    However, that sum is a very low estimate, as some pranks that are listed as free on the spreadsheet probably cost something.

    The spreadsheet also called this prank free, assuming that Jim and Pam had done the alterations. However, Jim notes that he custom-ordered the suit.

    A custom suit usually starts around $700, which would make this Jim's third most expensive prank.

    It's also important to note that for most of the show, Jim was in sales. That means that any company time he spent pranking could mean he missed out on commissions.

    Considering all of that, it's likely that the true cost of Jim's pranks over nine seasons is at least $7,000 to $10,000, and potentially even higher.

    Sorry, Cece, your college fund might have to wait.