With millions of us becoming accustomed to spending a lot more time at home at the moment, it’s no surprise we’ve taken to doing some bizarre things to keep ourselves entertained.
With more time on our hands, some of us are getting creative with the ways in which we’re filling our days. From taking up yoga, to pranking our other halves by flashing their mum, to – erm – whacking each other in the balls.
Not purposefully, I hope, but as one guy found out the hard way recently when his prank on his partner went horribly, horribly wrong, that doesn’t really do anything to ease the pain when the situation arises. Like, at all.
You can check out the failed prank below:
Check out Chase’s EPIC FAIL PRANK!! Seriously … wait until the end Salty Mermaid Entertainment
Posted by Salty Mermaid Entertainment on Monday, March 30, 2020
Basically, the guy Chase – from comedy duo Salty Mermaid Entertainment – had seen a prank on TikTok that he wanted to copy, which involved scaring his partner Jenn silly by wearing his hoodie backwards with his hood up so it looked as though his back was to her, when in reality he was facing her.
You can see how this is about to go drastically wrong, can’t you? Rather than the prank go the way it was intended, with Jenn pulling down his hood and getting the fright of her life, she decided to smack his ass instead.
Except obviously, his ass was actually his balls, and Chase ended up collapsing to his knees as Jenn held her hands over her mouth in complete shock. Yikes, that had to hurt.
I mean, as painful as that had to have been, at least it made for a belter of a video… even if the pranker became prankee.
And hey, at least he’s managed to put a smile on all of our faces at such a trying time. That’s got to count for something, right?
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