So my girlfriend bought a car 2 days ago. So i though of pranking her last night and what i did was i simply disconnected the battery. I told her i wanted to "test drive it" by myself and when i got back that is when i disconnected the battery lol. She then goes to start the car and obvs nothing happen then i started saying things like "i blew up the motor" "looks like you need a new car and you just got one". So she legit got pissed at me so i told her it was a joke and stuff but she was pretty upset and still upset today. This is no big deal right? I mean do i have to say sorry for a small prank like this lol?
Most Helpful Girl
This pranking crap needs to stop. I used to love pranks but ever since this "Social experiment/prank" shit no one can even do it or enjoy it anymore. And considering I myself am saving up money to take classes to learn how to drive (parents never let me learn) and am saving up my own money for my own car I would be unbeliavably infuriated. If she spent years saving up her own hard earned money to buy that car I am surprised she hasn't broken up with you. It's one thing to feign confusion and aloofness about the situation but to say that you "blew up" the engine after she trusted you enough to let you drive her car that she JUST bought? C'mon that's pretty shitty. You need to apologize if you haven't already.0
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Most Helpful Guy
it's one thing to disconnect the battery. she goes to start and you go hahahaha... but to carry on the prank by saying you blew up the motor is kind of pushing it especially with a pricey new purchase.
you should definitely say sorry, i mean what reason would you have not to? pride?
make peace and move on.0