Have you ever wanted to play that one epic prank on a close friend or family member? Something harmless, and one you’ll not soon forget?
This appears to be the case with popular YouTube and Facebook video creator, Joey Salads. Possibly most well known for his viral social pranks, this guy also has a funny bone or two.
Often featuring his grandmother in many of his videos, Joey couldn’t help but see what might happen when he left her a photo that resembled her favorite Bible character — Jesus.
“All right, so I printed out a photo of Obi Wan Kenobi and he looks just like Jesus,” the online personality begins.
We then watch as Joey inconspicuously sneaks into his grandma’s bedroom and tosses the photo of the Jedi master onto her bed. But what happens when he returns a bit later is a sight that will leave you in stitches.
Just watch as he returns to discover the framed photo missing. His investigation leads him to find a better prank outcome than he probably anticipated.
“Oh, I wanted to say thank you so much for that beautiful picture you left here,” Grandma says. “Is that my Christmas gift?”
Joey can barely contain his laughter as she shows him the place of honor the photo has been given.
I wonder how Ewan McGregor would feel if he knew his face was being kissed by this woman each night.
Afterward, the vlogger feels bad and promises to replace the picture with a real one of Jesus. Of course, he can’t feel too down about it since he continues to feature his “Nanny” in his Facebook videos.
I can’t get enough of this hilarious woman. After watching her slay a Sith Lord or two with her lightsaber, the question begs to be asked …
Was “Nanny” in on her grandson’s prank? I mean, the way she wielded that lightsaber was one part hysterical and two parts slightly disturbing.
Even if she was just playing along with the photo of Obi Wan, I’d say this grandma deserves all the credit in the world.
She must love her grandson very much, and she seems to have a sense of humor of her own.
Kudos to you, “Nanny.” We could all use a fun-loving grandma like you in our lives.
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