Woman Saves Amazon Boxes For 6 Months Just So She Could Prank Her Husband

Woman Saves Amazon Boxes For 6 Months Just So She Could Prank Her Husband

April fools may have passed a long time ago, but this prank was just too good not to share. While some of them can sure be cruel, this one seems not only funny but kind-natured as well.


This Wisconsin-based woman planned an elaborate practical joke on her unsuspecting husband. The joke left many people in tears of laughter and the post that was shared on Facebook quickly amassed thousands of likes and comments from all over the world.


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One woman from Wisconsin played an elaborate and well-thought-out prank on her husband



Image credits: Maureen Pritchard


“I’ve been planning an April Fools joke to play on Rob for MONTHS!! I got him good! I wish I would have continued to record right away when he came in the house. When he saw me recording out the window I thought he realized that it was a joke, but when he came inside he kept asking, “What IS all that?!?” I had to explain that it was 6 months of saved boxes, from us, my parents and my sister! The second video is his reaction. April Fools! Anyone need any boxes?!? You have no idea how many people slowed down or stopped in front of our house all day today!” Maureen Pritchard wrote in a viral Facebook post.


She planned it for almost half a year, but judging from husband’s reaction, it was worth it



Image credits: Maureen Pritchard


Apparently, the wife saved 6 months-worth of Amazon boxes from her own family, her parents, and her sister as well. People on Facebook loved the idea with one user even commenting: “Hi Maureen! I hope Amazon gives you lifetime prime membership for free. What a genius idea and great PR for them too!” Others were tagging their friends, encouraging to play the same prank on their husbands: “We’ve got to do this to Kyle and Erich. They’d sh*t their pants,” one woman commented to her friend.


Watch the two videos of the husband’s reaction below




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