We love a good prank, especially when it comes from a clever mama looking to get a rise out of her kiddos. Felicity Harfin, a UK-based mom-of-two, is known for posting hilarious videos while playing light-hearted pranks on sons Finlay and Harrison.
Her latest stunt? Her “taking revenge on my kids” series involved convincing the boys that she had accidentally chopped her finger off while preparing lunch. Before you get too grossed out, keep in mind that it’s actually a carrot nub.
The mastermind mama shared her secret with her followers. The trick involved shaving down a carrot, taping her middle finger down, and covering the carrot (AKA a piece of her finger) in fake blood. Add a little acting by screaming while chopping, and you have two fully freaked out young boys.
Mom Pretends to Chop Off Finger to Hilariously Troll Her Kids
Their reactions: Literally priceless!
This isn’t the only trick Felicity has up her sleeve. She recently pretended to stab her tongue on a pencil while making a list in the car with her boys.
She also convinced the boys to participate in a “sponsored” marmite facemask session and their reactions were, again, priceless.
More from that particular prank:
We can’t forget the time she woke up her sons with an alarm and a homemade Slip ‘N Slide.
There was also her LOL-worthy retractable milk and cereal gag.
Parenting should always be this fun!
Stay tuned for more Felicity revenge moments!
Katie Nave is a freelance writer, producer, and mama living in Brooklyn, New York. Driven by her passion for storytelling, she is always seeking opportunities to elevate people who are working to better the world around them.
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