Splitsider

Thursday, April 25th, 2013

'Nathan for You's Nathan Fielder Has Kids Play a Fun Drug Deal Prank on Their Parents

Comedy Central's new comedy Nathan for You is one of the funniest on TV, and yesterday afternoon, its star Nathan Fielder wrote a tweet that is quickly destroying parent-child relationships all across America. Fielder tweeted, "Experiment: text your parents 'got 2 grams for $40' then right after 'Sorry ignore that txt. Not for you' Then tweet pic of their response." Dozens of his fans followed his suggestion and sent their parents those two text messages, and the responses are pretty amusing and maybe almost worth all the people they're upsetting.

Check out some images of the best parent/child Nathan Fielder drug dealer text messages below (via Uproxx):

Experiment: text your parents "got 2 grams for $40" then right after "Sorry ignore that txt. Not for you" Then tweet pic of their response.
@nathanfielder
nathan fielder

And this isn't the first time Fielder has done something like this — check out an earlier prank he pulled where he had kids ask their parents if dollar store condoms are as good as the brand name versions.

Want more hilarious things? Check out the trailer to The Exquisite Corpse Project, then buy the whole damned movie for only $5!

Sponsored Content
  • http://twitter.com/WhenAKey Christian

    THIS. IS. GREAT.

    • http://twitter.com/WhenAKey Christian

      Sorry ignore that comment. Not for you.

      • Ashley

        CHRISTIAN WHAT DO YOU MEAN

      • John

        FUCK YOU CHRISTIAN

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Steven-Bird/705744316 Steven Bird

      Christian, you little shit, we're not bailing you out again!

      • TinaFea

        He said IGNORE IT

  • Volizden

    I love how every single parent except one knew EXACTLY what the refference was to.

  • Chief Hokie

    Oh my God that was the funniest thing I've read in a long time.

  • georgie

    interesting that almost every parent cursed at their kids. WTF?!? Bet anything this is made up.

  • NoRez

    It's disturbing that most of the parents in the screenshots seem quite immature. But then, they're TEXTING their kid in response to that text instead of actually calling them. Like the mature parents most likely did.
    Excellent prank.

    • TOmom

      You obviously do not understand – most mature parents know that their kid is not going to answer their call after a text like that. Texting is the smart response. But I do feel for the mom who bought into the line about selling grammar books.

      • gth

        Doesn't it prove all the stupid parents buy their kids iPhones? :P

      • https://twitter.com/dnwilliams dnwilliams

        That and "money for Grandma" are the best.

  • http://www.facebook.com/saif.sowrd.54 Saif Sowrd

    This is one of the worst parent`s nightmares … that their kid has something to do with the drugs.

  • popnlocke

    The second one is so fake.

    • http://www.facebook.com/eamontoplease Eamon Doyle

      It's a good thing you were here to expose the scoundrel! Keep up the great work.

      • popnlocke

        What?

        • http://www.facebook.com/eamontoplease Eamon Doyle

          What?

  • tad

    It's kind of fishy that everyone's parents are using the phrase "WTF" isn't it? Either many of these are fake or these are some very young parents.

    • http://www.facebook.com/eamontoplease Eamon Doyle

      Not necessarily; I have Boomer relatives who use it.