TikTok is an endless source of creativity: Not only will it help you uncover kitchen hacks and cleaning tips, but the social media platform is bound to inspire a few good pranks here and there. If there's someone you've been meaning to fool—husbands make for great participants—have a look at the latest viral sensation to swoop the app.
Oklahoma resident Melissa Beeler is enjoying some well-deserved time in the social media spotlight. According to Good Morning America, Melissa's husband is so keen on pulling pranks that she decided to give him a taste of his own medicine. While he was out of the house, she decided to tape up a bunch of boxes and leave them outside the door, which will cause him to think she went a little crazy with her Amazon wishlist. Whoops!
The two have a little bundle of joy on the way, and it's not uncommon to stock up on a few things before the little one's arrival. We can totally justify any extensive orders.
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Fifteen million-plus views, 2.5 million likes, 22,000 comments, and one confused husband later, we have a viral hit on our hands. Well done, Melissa! He definitely fell for it (and was less than pleased).
I pulled the BEST prank on my husband. ##marriagehumor ##tiktokmom ##pregnant ##pregnancy ##onlineshopping ##fyp ##foryoupage ##prank ##marriedlife♬ original sound - MelissaBeeler
Technically, she was buying just a few things for their baby, so really no harm done, right? OH! And she unknowingly had an accomplice in the prank: a UPS worker delivered a real order at the perfect time, and we can't stop cracking up! Talk about fate.
That will teach hubbies to make fun of our shopping habits, don't you think?
If you're looking for a real Amazon delivery in the near future, might we turn your attention towards the best dresses for spring, April's best new makeup releases, and the best leggings for exercising and lounging? These awesome goodies will certainly put you in an "add to cart" kind of mood!
Danielle is a news writer for woman&home and My Imperfect Life. When she's not working, you can find her experimenting with new recipes or sitting on the couch with a good book and a cup of coffee.
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