Wednesday, 21 February 2018
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Cotton Candy Kid Prank E-mail
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A mother asks people passing by to watch her son as they sit on a park bench. Meanwhile, a little old lady stops to get some cotton candy at a cotton candy stand, but while she’s walking away she drops a bag of oranges. The prank victims go to assist the old woman, and while they’re distracted, the little kid they were supposed to be looking after falls into a cotton candy machine (or fairy floss) machine. The prank victims run over to help, and the boy comes out in a pink candy suit!
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