Nathan Fielder, star of the Comedy Central program "Nathan For You," asked his Twitter followers to send their parents a prank text asking whether they wanted to buy "2 grams for $40," then to immediately follow up with a message saying the message had been meant for someone else. The results ranged from the naive -- one mom thought "grams" meant "grandmothers" -- to the clued-in and outraged. "If you are referring to drugs I will disown you," one mom threatened.
Comedian gets fans to prank their parents via text message
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