Daughter wins the Internet with hilarious texts to her mom

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There isn't a child in the world who can honestly say they've never done something terrible on purpose just to get a rise out of their parents. But one Ohio woman has totally made an art of it -- and it's absolutely hilarious.

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Liz Hammett, 36, is making the Internet LOL (laugh-out-loud) by tormenting her mother through text messages.

In February, Hammett started documenting their conversations on Facebook in an album called "Texts from my Mother."

Since then, she has posted all kinds of practical jokes that we can't help but giggle at when her poor unsuspecting mom falls for them.

Like the time Hammett changed her mother's phone settings to autocorrect the word "but" to "butt:"

Or when she stole her parent's silverware as revenge for not getting any Easter leftovers:

And we can't forget about when Hammett pushed her father's reclining chair into the kitchen:

Yes my dad sat down in the kitchen but I'm told the remotes wouldn't work from there. This message came after his valiant attempt to make it work to keep my mother calm.

Posted by Liz Hammett on Thursday, March 10, 2016

While these hysterical pranks have our stomachs in knots, Hammett's mom is certainly not amused by her "awful child."

Parents beware, Hammett's album has been shared over 600,000 times on Facebook, which means your kids may have some cringeworthy tricks up their sleeves.

See more conversations between Hammett and her mom:

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