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A Wisconsin woman’s hilarious April Fools’ Day prank went viral this week, with two videos racking up over 800,000 combined views on Facebook as of Thursday.
Maureen Pritchard, of Green Bay, Wisconsin, spent six months saving Amazon boxes to pull the ultimate prank on her husband. On Monday, Pritchard stacked up dozens of the empty Amazon boxes outside of her house, just in time for her husband, Rob, to arrive home.
In one video posted to her Facebook page, Pritchard films from inside as Rob pulls up in his car and gets out, looking shocked at all the boxes as he gestures to his wife inside. After he walks into the house, a second video shows his reaction: Rob silently shakes his head and walks away, again looking stunned by the number of boxes.
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“I’ve been planning an April Fools joke to play on Rob for MONTHS!!” Pritchard wrote in a Facebook post. “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!”
Pritchard continued, writing jokingly, “Anyone need any boxes?!? You have no idea how many people slowed down or stopped in front of our house all day today!”
Facebook users loved Pritchard’s creative prank. “Priceless!!!” one user wrote on her post, while another chimed in, “I would love to try this on my husband……but he has a fit if just one package comes. I’d be afraid he’d have a real heart attack!”