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Daddy Pranks His Girls, Told Them They Would Be Going To School Seven Days A Week Once The Lockdown Is Over.

Daddy Pranks His Girls, Told Them They Would Be Going To School Seven Days A Week Once The Lockdown Is Over.

Dad was in the middle of a prank war with his girls. To win the battle, he told them they would be going to school for a whole week in the future. To prove that, he even showed them an 'official letter signed by Boris Johnson.'

Dad was in the middle of a prank war with his daughters. To win the battle, he convinced them that they would need to go to school on the weekend too to cover up the loss once the lockdown is over. To prove it, he even showed them an 'official letter signed by Boris Johnson.' The daughters were shocked by the news and were not at all happy. He kept up the prank for the whole day and recorded their funny reaction while revealing it.

1. This dad convinced his two kids that they would need to go to the school on weekends too once the lockdown is over

Liam Schewitz, from Cardiff, was in the middle of a prank war with his two daughters Millie and Frankie. His youngest daughter, 8, had warned him that it was 'Prank Week' and that she had some things planned.

 

Image Credit: Liam Schewitz

 

Speaking to LADbible, Liam said: "My youngest daughter Frankie had warned me that it was 'Prank Week' and told me that I was in big trouble because she had some things planned.
 

2. Since the war had already started, he also decided to prank them and told them that there won't be any weekends off once the lockdown is over. 

To prove it, he showed the kids an 'official letter signed by Boris Johnson' that said they would need to go to school on weekends too to make up for the time they missed during the school closures.

"And then I thought this one up - she was having none of it at first, but then I sent both my daughters a screen grab of the letter, which I had found online, to a group chat we're in. That was when all hell broke loose.
"I could hear the eldest one in her bedroom saying, 'it's mandatory, it's mandatory' and she was telling her friends on the phone." 
 

 



 

 

3. The girls were not fully convinced so started doing some research

Liam convinced them 'the government was drip feeding the letters out so there's no loss of morale with kids'.

 

Image Credit: Liam Schewitz

 

4. The letter said the school would be compulsory for the next six months

An excerpt from the mocked-up letter reads: "When school's reopen, we will quickly make up for lost time by not only teaching your children Monday to Friday, but also making it compulsory for your child to attend school on Saturdays and Sundays for the first six months." Chilling stuff for kids.
 

 

Image Credit: Liam Schewitz

 

When Liam took the kids to park in the evening, their minds were still occupied with the news.

Liam said: "They were asking, 'What about the water parks? Who will go to the water parks if the kids are all at school?' I said, 'Don't worry about that - I'll go the water parks with my friends, while you're in school.'"
 

 

5. The dad kept the prank for the whole day, then finally decided to reveal the truth

According to Liam: "You've got to be committed to these things."
 

 



 

 

6. When Liam told them the truth, the kids were relieved and thankful that they won't be going to school seven days a week in the future

People loved this prank, many others also showed the letter to their kids and recorded their reactions. 

Liam said: "The response has been great. I've had people messaging me to say that they've needed cheering up and this has made their day."
 

 

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Image Credit: Liam Schewitz

 


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