BRUTAL: Brothers Play Zombie Apocalypse Prank On Sister 'High' On Drugs
13 April 2016, 10:49 | Updated: 6 November 2017, 09:34
"GET THE CAT YOU IDIOT!"
Families can be your best friends, or your mortal enemies. But right now it's clear as day how Millicent Phillips, a 17-year-old girl from Leesburg Virginia, feels about her brothers. Uploaded on Monday the 11th of April, a video of Millie following wisdom teeth surgery has been viewed nearly 5 million times after she was told that she was in the middle of a zombie apocalypse - and freaked the F out.
Her brother Cabot, who organised the whole prank, tweeted only days before the video was put onto the Internet; "Last week my sister was high from wisdom teeth surgery and our friends, family and dentist convinced her that a zombie outbreak was happening... We armed her, packed up the car and hit the road. It's all on tape and it's my favourite YouTube video we've ever made... It'll be finished and online by tomorrow night, if my sister doesn't kill me first". You can see the hilarious video right here:
By playing a very drugged-up Millie a fake radio announcement from the CDC about "cannibalism" plus receiving a worried call from their mother, the trap was set. Driving back to their family home to pick up supplies, Millie blurts out some of the funniest ones liners as her two brothers rush about gathering survival gear for the 'zombie' outbreak; "Why have guns... why are you putting garden equipment in the car?!"
However, the BEST moment comes when Millie has to choose which family pet she wants to save from the zombies; the dog or the cat..."THE CAT YOU IDIOT!". In not even a second, Millie had abandoned the family poodle because, and we quote, "he's the worst, he's already dying, leave him and get the cat". She's also asked one of the most debated questions people have on the topic of surviving the zombie apocalypse - should you eat funfetti or chocolate cake? - but is too hysterical to answer at this point.
For everyone asking, Millicent loves both of her pets pic.twitter.com/z8wxrPpDc7— Cabot Phillips (@cabot_phillips) April 12, 2016
The entire four minute video is YouTube gold in its finest and we can see the entire Phillips family having a pretty crazy and popular month. Let's just thank the lord that the dog is okay.