This teen's text prank on his parents is nothing short of brilliant

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Teen Hacks Parents' Phone to Say 'HELL YES' Instead of No

Brendan Gatward is one smart teenager.

The 17-year-old high school senior from Michigan decided to play a harmless prank on both of his parents, which soon went viral. In both of their phones, he autocorrected the word "No" to say "Hell Yes!" So when he went to ask his parents if he could throw a party, their response was overwhelmingly positive.

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Check out the hilarious exchange below.



His tweet already has over 42K retweets and 67K favorites! Needless to say, we salute you, Brendan Gatward!

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Teen's promposal old spice goes viral
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This teen's text prank on his parents is nothing short of brilliant
It seems like my prom flyers worked😉🐴😏 http://t.co/lVAywc6fFY
Attention @Felipepepe721: copyright infringement is a surefire way to get your limo paid for by Old Spice #Promposal https://t.co/xTZi9q4qxA
Ladies, could u turn down a prom-posal like this? A Parker teen's spoof on @OldSpice is viral http://t.co/yXE4KCQ4Wx http://t.co/b48ruvyFC5
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