Lad Pranks Girlfriend With Snapchat Filter And Regrets It

There's nothing wrong with a healthy amount of banter within a relationship - in some cases it's believed it can even strengthen the bond between you. But this guy's prank on his girlfriend went a bit wrong when she definitely didn't see the funny side.

Posting on Facebook, Ryan Hill described how he used a filter that 'makes you look like a girl' on a photo of himself, and sent it to his poor unsuspecting girlfriend... along with the caption 'I have your bf's t-shirt on'.

He wrote: "Snapchat has a filter that makes you look like a girl, so I thought it would be a good idea to wind my gf up and send her this, she didn't take it well."

It's safe to say she was not happy in the slightest.

The prank went horribly wrong. Credit: LADbible
The prank went horribly wrong. Credit: LADbible

The photo does actually look pretty convincing, so you can see why his girlfriend was drawn in by it.

To really wind her up, he played dumb and sent her another message to enhance the prank: "Don't look at the snap I just sent you xx"

Of course, he knew only too well that she was about to see what looked like a pretty girl wearing her boyfriend's clothes. Brutal.

Who'd have thought he'd make such a pretty girl. Credit: LADbible
Who'd have thought he'd make such a pretty girl. Credit: LADbible

Understandably pissed off, she replied saying: "Are you fucking serious. Don't even bother coming here after work."

Continuing the wind-up, he responded by saying: 'Why what was it?"

His poor girlfriend replied: "Why the fuck is another girl got your t-shirt on. You're getting blocked."

Credit: LADbible
Credit: LADbible

Great stuff... but with one minor drawback. Basically, when he subsequently owned up and explained the joke, she didn't believe him. Backfired there a bit, pal, didn't it?

He then realised his mistake and started grovelling - probably the best course of action at this point.

Credit: LADbible
Credit: LADbible

He used the 'banter' excuse, which obviously didn't go down well either.

Credit: LADbible
Credit: LADbible

He shared the post on Facebook where it's racked up a shit load of likes and comments, all at the expense of his girlfriend, bless her.

People have sympathised with her, with one person tagging their mate and commenting: "Can you imagine if jimmy did this to me lol."

Another warned their fella against it, saying: "Don't get ideas."

And someone else blamed Snapchat, posting: "This shit is brutal. Whoever created that filter wants to watch the world burn."

Harsh? Hilarious? You decide - one thing's for sure, though, she is definitely due a nice healthy dose of revenge pranking.

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Amelia Ward

Amelia Ward is a journalist at LADbible. She studied Multimedia Journalism at the University of Salford, before going on to work in music PR. She has also written for the M.E.N Group and various other publications.

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