Category: Prank calls
Prank Victim: Meijer’s
Rage Level: Mellow
- “He’s pretty old, he’s like 7 and a half I think.”
- “You definitely need to either get a television or a job.”
- “We wouldn't keep a child at the store for three days sir.”
Body of content:
I did a lost son prank call on a store where I pretended to be a wildly careless dad who “forgot” his kid in a moment of frustration. As Russell, I told the employees that I was feeling a little forgetful and realized I left my son at the store THREE DAYS AGO. The woman’s reaction is priceless! Where else should I call with a lost kid prank?? Tell me in the comments!
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Operator: Thank you for calling [censored]. Delivering higher standards and lower prices 24 hours a day.
Operator: Please, tell me which one you'd like: location information or department?
Operator: Okay. Which department?
Pranker: Customer service.
Operator: Alright, that would be service desk. Is that what you want?
Operator: Okay, I'll transfer your call, just a second.
Operator: This call could be recorded or monitored for quality assurance.
Pranker: [singing quietly]
Lady: Thank you for calling Myers, this is Sally, how may I help you?
Pranker: Oh hey Sally, how you doing?
Lady: I'm okay, how are you sir?
Pranker: Uhm, kind of stressed out. Uhm... [inhale]
Pranker: I'm trying to figure out- Basically, m-my wife and I had a really big argument few days ago...
Pranker: ... and my son was screaming and ranting... [inhale] so I ended up- I dropped him off at the store...
Pranker: ... and I said "Get out off the car" and it's 3 days later now and I'm wondering if you guys have him.
Lady: Ok, what was it, a wallet?
Pranker: No, no, no. It's my son.
Lady: You're missing your son?
Pranker: Yeah... It- I don't know, it sounds kind of crazy but...
Pranker: We- we- he was whining and we had a really bad headache and...
Pranker: Stupid as I am, I dropped him off at the store, I told him to get out of the car and I haven't seen him in 3 days so...
Lady: How old is your son?
Pranker: Oh he- he's pretty old, he's like 7 and a half I think? Seven and a half yeah.
Lady: And you left him at the store?
Pranker: Yes ma'am.
Lady: Uh, did you call the police station?
Pranker: No, why would I call the police?
Lady: Because we wouldn't keep a child at the store for three days sir.
Pranker: Oh, crap... Uhm... [inhale]
Pranker: So what do you think the best course of action is right now?
Lady: That either you have so much time on your hands and you're so bored...
Lady: ... that you have to call the store with this story, so you definitely need to either get a television or a job.
Pranker: Wait- no- Ma'am I- [phone call ends]
Pranker [speaking to audience]: [laughing] You either need television or a job... [laughing]