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Daughter's Hilarious Christmas Prank On Father Is Winning Hearts On Internet; Netizens Are Calling Her 'evil Genius'

Written By Digital Desk | Mumbai | Published:


  • Scottish girl pulls an epic Christmas prank on her father and shared the story on Twitter
  • In her prank, she covered Brussels sprouts with chocolate and hit the box with the Christmas gifts
  • Netizens are calling the prankster an evil genius

Christmas is a festival of joy and celebrations and one thing everyone eagerly waits for on Christmas is exchanging gifts. However, Christmas is also incomplete without traditional pranks on friends and families. Christmas pranks are notorious and fun and one such prank is going on social media for all the right reasons.

Twitter user Judy Brown pulled the best possible prank on her father this Christmas and it is winning the attention of social media users. Her prank involved two of the most popular food items around including chocolates and Brussels sprouts. 

Taking to Twitter, the London-based Judy posted a series of tweets wherein she explained how she prepared her Chocolate-Brussels sprouts prank on her father:

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After carefully replacing the chocolates with the sprouts, she then said that her father viewed the chocolates with "suspicion" when they came out with the bag thinking that his daughter was out all day, so how could she have tampered with them. He later tried the chocolates the next morning.

In the end, she shared a picture after her father ate the chocolate coated Brussels sprout, saying "I know his retribution will be swift and terrible, but no Christmas gift could be greater than this: seeing my Dad, despite his efforts to avoid it, unwittingly eat a raw sprout" 

Here's how social media reacted to Judy Brown's evil Christmas prank on her father:

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