The holidays are a joyous time filled with happiness, cheer…and devious pranks played on loved ones. At least, that’s how the Christmas season goes at the home of one Judy Brown who is known for her meticulously planned practical jokes.
This year, she has truly outdone herself by luring her unsuspecting father into a trap of culinary deceit. Needless to say, it’s a Christmas her family won’t be forgetting anytime soon.
This is Judy Brown AKA @mcjude on Twitter. Though she may appear harmless, Brown is actually a devious prankster.
Back in 2016, Judy cleverly pranked her own father on Christmas when she replaced his treasured Ferrero Rochers with brussels sprouts.
Some of you out there may recall that in 2016 I played an excellent Christmas prank on my long-suffering Dad. It worked a treat. pic.twitter.com/srfaVgLF2J
— Judy Brown (@mcjude) December 25, 2018
Then, last year Judy left the chocolates untampered with hoping to confuse her rightfully suspicious dad.
This year, however, the prankster had something extra special up her sleeve.
First, she disguised the brussels sprouts.
Second, she repackaged the “chocolates” like new.
And she avoided any suspicion with the perfect alibi.
Then, all that was left to do was wait.
Lo and behold, Judy’s father fell into the trap.
And Judy reveled in the success of her sneaky yuletide ploy.
Unsurprisingly, Twitter became obsessed with the prankster’s story.
Judy, this is an amazingly hilarious story, that takes a very special kind of evil to plot through.
You made it to our Christmas tablet – the whole family applauds you! 👏 pic.twitter.com/UsyRl1sIf8
— Fernando Moutinho 🏘 (@FernandoM76) December 25, 2018
This is fantastic. Unspeakably cruel, but fantastic.
— Matt Marta (@mjm_mn) December 25, 2018
OMG I’ve nearly had an asthma attack from laughing so hard. Thank you for the joy you have given to everyone but your dad!
— Cheekyredhead, AA, BA (@Cheekyredhead1) December 25, 2018
One user even warned her about revenge.
He’s getting you back, you know. It may not happen until the reading of the will. But, it will happen.
— Laura Walsh (@Laurawalsh18) December 25, 2018