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Kid hilariously pranks his parents with a simple iPhone tweak

September 3rd, 2015 at 3:16 PM
iPhone Texting Parents Prank

So your parents both have iPhones and you want to play an awesome prank on them? We have the perfect example for you that was tried and tested by a kid who decided his mom and dad shouldn’t be able to tell him he couldn’t host a party.

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What Reddit user nasshole did was to add a shortcut to his parents’ phones to replace the word “No.” That basically means they were not able to refuse him when he asked them via iMessage whether he could throw a party.

“Hey guys can I throw a party tmrw night?” he asked. “HELL YES” Mom answered all in caps. “Wait,” she then added. “I typed HELL YES.”

Dad chimed in: “Brendan, she’s trying to say WHERE THE BITCHES AT” – check out the full exchange below.

Any knowledgeable iPhone user would imediatelly realize what’s going on here. Mom and Dad apparently aren’t aware of it and have no idea how to fix it. Sure, they probably called Brendan to tell him what’s what. And it’s likely they realized later that “HELL YES” and “WHERE THE BITCHES AT” are preset responses on their iPhones that appear on the screen every time they try to write “No.”

In case you’re looking to prank your parents – or fix your iPhone after your children just did this to you – here’s what you need to do: go to the Settings app, then General, then Keyboard, and then look for Text Replacement. In there, you’ll be able to add and remove such nasty shortcuts.

Chris Smith started writing about gadgets as a hobby, and before he knew it he was sharing his views on tech stuff with readers around the world. Whenever he's not writing about gadgets he miserably fails to stay away from them, although he desperately tries. But that's not necessarily a bad thing.




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