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Woman teams up with grandma to execute the most epic prank at Walmart and everything's funny about it

When the grandma came up with an interesting prank idea, she asked her granddaughter to be her partner in crime and the young woman agreed.

Woman teams up with grandma to execute the most epic prank at Walmart and everything's funny about it
Cover Image Source: TikTok | @itsvalories

Many elderly people in the world prove time and again that they are quite young at heart and age is just a number for them. In fact, their true mischief comes out when they are with their grandchildren. Recently, one such grandma made the internet laugh with her adorable shenanigans. Music artist Valories–who goes by @itsvalories on TikTok–shared a video of herself and her grandma pulling off a hilarious prank at a Walmart store and it's sure to make your day.

Image Source: TikTok | @itsvalories
Image Source: TikTok | @itsvalories

As the video began, the grandma looked excited while taking off several "googly eyes" stickers from the plastic. One would wonder why she was collecting so many googly eyes, but not later, her comical yet brilliant prank unfolded. The text overlay read, "When your grandmother asks you to partake in her prank idea, you partake in her prank idea." Turns out, the grandma wanted her granddaughter to partake in the amusing prank she was about to execute at Walmart and the granddaughter gladly agreed. So, what did these two cheeky women do at Walmart? They stuck those googly eyes onto several faces on food items, posters, t-shirts and other things.

Image Source: TikTok | @itsvalories
Image Source: TikTok | @itsvalories

The grandma could not hold back her laughter when she saw those weird "googly-eyed" faces that she made. The hysterical duo created funny faces on Quaker Oats cans, syrup bottles, clothing ads, Barbies on a T-shirt, fruits, and Jack Nicholson on a magazine. Even the poor little baby printed on a diaper pack couldn't escape the shenanigans of the grandma-granddaughter duo. At one point, the grandma opened a box of a dozen eggs and there it was, a couple of googly eyes making one of those eggs look like a cartoon. The naughty duo sneaked around several aisles of the supermarket and made those comical faces that would have amused many customers later. On their way out, they both were quite proud of the prank they pulled.

Image Source: TikTok | @funnyfarmdaughter
Image Source: TikTok | @funnyfarmdaughter
Image Source: TikTok | @agbofilms
Image Source: TikTok | @agbofilms
Image Source: TikTok | @unlicensedtomom
Image Source: TikTok | @unlicensedtomom

"Any day with Memaw is an adventure," the granddaughter mentioned in the caption. The video garnered over 12.6 million views, causing a laugh riot online. "If I opened eggs at the store and saw eyes, it would make my day and I wouldn't be able to stop giggling," said @cuelife1993. "This is adorable. I would solely buy the syrup just because of the googly eyes," quipped @jufrmjupiterr. "Now that's a memory that will last your whole life! Cherish her as much as you can. I sure miss all of mine!" added @day0day.


@itsvalories

any day with Memaw is an adventure

♬ Dead End - Valories

 

Speaking of grandmas being cheeky with their grandchildren, a 95-year-old grandma and her grandson dressing up in hilarious costumes needs to be mentioned. Ross Smith (@rosssmith) pairs up with his Gangster Granny to create the most interesting and humorous costume duet on Instagram.


 
 
 
 
 
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The adorable duo often came up with some rib-ticking pictures and videos that are so in fad with society's trends and happenings. Their creative exhibits became a viral sensation on the internet and reflected the wholesome bond that the two shared, breaking the generational barriers.

You can follow Valories (@itsvalories) on TikTok for music-related content.

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