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    A Woman Worked More Than Seven Hours Flipping Her Roommate's Bedroom Upside Down And It Is The Ultimate Prank


    Kaylin Bennett is an Arizona-based woman who pulled the prank of a lifetime on her roommate, Kiersten.

    Kaylin Bennett

    And when I say "the prank of a lifetime," I AM NOT JOKING because she turned her roommate's bedroom upside down:


    For all of those who doubted I actually did this prank... here’s the reaction! #fyp #foryourpage #prank #viral

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    BuzzFeed spoke to Kaylin, who said she thought of the idea about a year ago. "I'm pretty creative and LOVE doing pranks, so I thought it would be hilarious to hang everything upside down from the ceiling. I knew it would be EPIC, but never thought it would be possible," she said. However, she recently figured out a way to make it possible by screwing everything into the ceiling:

    Kaylin said it took her about seven to eight hours. "I screwed the dresser and the bed frame to the wall studs and pushed it up against the ceiling, giving the appearance that it was hanging from the ceiling. I didn't put the mattress up there, I just used the comforter to make it look like the mattress was there," she explained.

    She also said that doing the fan and the lights were easy. (Although it does not sound easy to me!) "I just rewired it with an extension cord so that the light switch on the wall would still work when she went to turn on her light like normal," she said.

    Kaylin said it took Kiersten a full five minutes to fully understand what was done to her room when she saw it. "She just kept repeating, 'How in the world did you do this?!'"

    Kaylin Bennett

    Kaylin and Kiersten have been having prank wars back and forth for more than three years. "Kiersten once filled my room, closet, and bathroom with about 1,500 balloons and completely filled my car with packing peanuts. So, now, all of our friends and family always ask to see our latest prank! I posted the upside down bedroom on TikTok, Instagram, and Facebook, but had NO idea that it would go this viral!" Her video of the prank has more than 11 million views on TikTok.

    Kaylin helped Kiersten turn her room right side up the next day. "I helped her take down the big stuff, like her bed, dresser, and we put the ceiling fan back to its normal position. In total, it probably only took her about two to three hours back to normal," she said.

    Well, we think this prank truly deserves a round of applause! If you want to see more of the girls' pranks, you can follow them on TikTok.


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