Woman pranks family by swapping out portraits

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A woman pulled a devious but hilarious

prank on her parents while in quarantine.

On April 4, Kristen Vogler, a graphic

designer who is currently sheltering in

place with her parents in Easton, Mass.

took to Twitter to share photos

of a family portrait that was

replaced by a crayon drawing.

“Currently replacing photos with crayon

drawings,” she tweeted. “Taking bets on how many

photos I can replace before my parents notice”.

By April 13, Vogler had managed to somehow replace

all but one family portrait on the wall with crayon

drawings, before her mother Paula Vogel noticed.

That same day, Vogler shared an

approximately 1-minute video of

her parents’ reaction to the wall.

“You know, I think in the back of my mind, I saw one

the other day, but I just kept going,” her father says

in the clip as he pretends to walk away from the wall.

“I would go upstairs in my room kind of where I usually

do my other design work and I would just lock my door

and spend about 30 minutes drawing,” she explained

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