Or sharing their Thor wig after wearing it for an hour with their unsuspecting best friend.
When the unsuspecting experts unlocked the front door, they found it virtually untouched since before World War II.
He was one of the first great modern day ad-libbers, unleashing all-out joke assaults on unsuspecting audiences.
mid-14c., from Old French suspect "suspicious," from Latin suspectus "suspected, suspicious," past participle of suspicere "look up at, mistrust, suspect," from sub "up to" + specere "to look at" (see scope (n.1)). The notion is of "look at secretly," hence, "look at distrustfully." The verb is attested from late 15c.; the noun meaning "a suspected person" is first recorded 1590s. Related: Suspected; suspecting.