Prank videos are all the rage online and have no sign of slowing down; one mom decided to prank her boys to see what their reactions would be.


Global – There is nothing more satisfying than pulling off a successful prank or even just a good scare. There is a reason these videos go viral so often; people love seeing the funny reactions of others.

We have many many prank stories here on Good Things Guy, and you have loved them all. This one is probably the funniest one we have seen in a while.

A mom decided to prank her kids but pretending to chop off her finger. We can imagine after cooking so many dinners; she wanted to teach them the funny lesson about lending a helping hand.

She shaped a carrot to look like the tip of her finger then taped back her finger. She used fake blood to make it look more real and then to get their attention, she slammed the knife down on the board and started screaming.

Their reactions were priceless, and as she screamed out for help, her son decided to hand her a sieve when she asked for something to stop the bleeding.

Eventually, her eldest caught on to the prank when he realised she was filming them.

We had a good giggle at the mom’s prank knowing full well that if our moms ever tried this, it would not be as funny! (So mom, don’t get any ideas!)

Take a look at the hilarious video below.

Sources: Facebook
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