Brothers Pull an Amazing Zombie Apocalypse Prank on Their Sister

She was medicated after dental surgery

Just in time for National Siblings Day comes one of the most elaborate pranks three brothers have ever pulled. Cabot, Hudson, and Barrett Phillips put their brains together to convince their little sister, Millicent, they were in the middle of a deadly zombie outbreak. What made it even more diabolical was that Millicent was medicated after having her wisdom teeth removed.

“The typical wisdom teeth videos are funny but we wanted to do something a little different, and thought the zombie aspect might be a fun twist,” brother Cabot Phillips told USA Today. “We just didn’t anticipate how expressive she would be, and how many one-liners she’d produce — even when terrified and in a drug-induced state.” In the video, the brothers not only convince poor Millicent she was in danger of being killed by zombies, but they made her choose which of her pets she would save because there was only room for one.

After the prank, Cabot Phillips assured the public that Millicent loves both of her pets equally.

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