Eight-year-old pranks uncle in the most savage way and netizens can’t stop laughing

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Eight-year-old pranks uncle in the most savage way and netizens can’t stop laughing

Eight-year-old pranks uncle in the most savage way and netizens can’t stop laughing

Feb 20, 2019 04:58:08 PM (IST)

Eight-year-old pranks uncle in the most savage way and netizens can’t stop laughing-1In today’s digital age, a plethora of funny content hits the internet on a daily basis. These can be in the form of memes, videos, text messages, pictures or even GIFs. While a large amount of funny content comes from private websites, the majority is social media user-generated content from Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.

Pranks are one such funny content that gets a lot of traction from users. And if the prank is a savage one by an 8-year-old, it can viral in go time.

In today’s digital age, a plethora of funny content hits the internet on a daily basis. These can be in the form of memes, videos, text messages, pictures or even GIFs. While a large amount of funny content comes from private websites, the majority is social media user-generated content from Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.

Pranks are one such funny content that gets a lot of traction from users. And if the prank is a savage one by an 8-year-old, it can viral in go time.

A little girl from the US has won the internet for her savage prank on her uncle and the hilarious incident was documented by Ryan Perry, the little girl’s father, on Twitter.go

Perry shared a picture on Twitter with the caption: “My eight-year-old is battling her uncle in a prank war. Last night she delivered this devastating blow.” The picture, which has now gone viral with over 14,000 retweets and 1.11 lakh reactions, shows the 8-year-old girl posing in a parking spot.

She is sitting next to a chalked message on the road which reads, “Reserved for Mr Fart”.

The picture, which almost resembles a crime scene, left thousands of netizens amused.

The tweet by Ryan Perry received some hilarious reactions and the little girl was praised for her pranking talent. Some users even advised her father to encourage “the dying art”.

One user wrote, “This behavior should be encouraged. Mischief is a dying art. Every Halloween I'm saddened by the fact that I have to smash my own pumpkins.”

“I don’t know if I’m more proud of her stellar handwriting or her prank. She is already classy and sassy...you’re raising her right,” wrote another.

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