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Woman pulls Valentines Day prank on coworker who has crush on her, her friends think it went too far.

Woman pulls Valentines Day prank on coworker who has crush on her, her friends think it went too far.

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In theory, pranks are a funny experience for all parties involved. One person hatches a genius or silly way to troll their friend, and the friend has a good laugh at the reveal. However, there are a lot of ways for pranks to go wrong, and a lot of people who use the concept of pranks as a mask for doing something manipulative or cruel.

Filling someone's underwear drawer with shaving cream is a silly and annoying prank, while lighting someone's expensive underwear on fire is more of an act of emotional abuse. Sadly, there are a lot of people who are too dense to know the lines between pranking and cruelty, and their antics quickly pivot from jokes to gaslighting.

In a recent post on the Am I The A*shole subreddit, a woman asked if she was wrong for pulling a "prank" on a guy who has a crush on her, on Valentines Day, no less.

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