Sister Pranks Brother By Wrapping Christmas Present In Cable Ties
You can't beat a bit of friendly sibling banter on Christmas Day. You might be familiar with 'the glitter bomb' - where you put loads of annoying confetti or glitter in the envelope of your festive cards, so that your chosen victim is left vacuuming the stuff for months.
Or maybe you're a fan of the old 'Sellotape it so much that they can't find an edge' - this one speaks for itself really; whatever you're wrapping, you tape up every single crease so it takes them ages to open.
However, one woman decided to go that one step further by cable tying her brother's present beyond recognition.
Kristy Bugden, a retail worker from Sydney in Australia, told LADbible that she has been taking the festive season as an opportunity to troll her sibling for 'years'.
She shared a photo of her high security wrapping on Facebook group 'Christmas Mums', where you can see the present tied up in dozens of cable ties.
She shared the photo with the caption: "Just finished wrapping my brother's Xmas present... game on bro."
Others in the group were amazed at her ingenuity, with her post racking up comments and likes in no time.
One person said: "Omg I love it. Think I might do this to my eldest this year."
Another added: "What would be even funnier is if it he opened it and it was an empty box inside."
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Someone else got even craftier, adding "Should have gaffa taped it as well."
While another shared their past pranks: "Last year I gave my father-in-law a box of beer but I wrapped all the cans individually. He thought it was funny for the first few cans, then the novelty wore off for him but was hilarious for me!"
Another said it even caused a rift in their family, commenting: "My husband did this for his brother, it was a chocolate bar inside, he was salty AF!"
It's not the first time recently that we've seen Christmas wrapping cause family drama.
One woman came home to find the walls, stove, even the fruit in the bowl wrapped up (in a very nice style if we might add). Needless to say, she was not happy.
She took to Facebook to vent her frustrations, writing: "My a***hole of a husband came up with the bright idea for us to wrap part of the kitchen for elf on the shelf.
"[Two] hours later and a divorce on the cards, it's done including the fruit, eggs, utensils and chopping board.
"Idiot even plugged the air freshener back in."
Keep those Christmas pranks coming, Facebook.
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