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Transcript of You've been warned!
PARENTS Other Useful Tips 1. Get 'em early! If you're planning to play a prank on your friends or family, do it as early in the day as possible. Chances are they're not wary yet and would actually fall for it 2. Avoid freaking out without proof! A very common prank played by many is to deliver a very sad or happy (fake)news about an event to the victim and reveal the truth when they start freaking out. Confirm any news before giving a reaction 3. Turn it on them! CASE 1 They give you a very pleasant or joyful news!
(Almost too good to be true) 1. Stay calm 2. Tell them you already got the news from someone else and act surprised that they got the news so late :/ 3. PSYCH! CASE 2 They give you a very shocking and sad news 1. Stay calm 2. Pretend to call someone and act like they confirmed the news and make and pretend to cry :( 3. PSYCH! P.S. - In case the news is real, be sad, for real. Also, in that case, I'm sorry You're welcome You must be thinking, 'Why is he acting like our well wisher?' Well, I don't think you are a fool But then what's MY opinion against thousands of others SMILE It's your day!