Comedian Gets Kids to Play Evil 'Drug Deal Prank' on Their ParentsS

Between this rave review of Nathan For You and his recent attempt to strap himself to a flying plane, Canadian comedian Nathan Fielder is fast becoming someone you should know.

Or at least follow on Twitter.

It was there that Fielder set off a chain reaction that resulted in what was most likely the single largest collective headache ever experienced by American parents.

"Experiment: text your parents 'got 2 grams for $40' then right after 'Sorry ignore that txt. Not for you' Then tweet pic of their response," Fielder asked his thousands of followers.

As you might expect, comedy quickly ensued.

Below you can see a few choice reactions from parents who are less than pleased to "accidentally" learn about their child's extracurricular activities:

Comedian Gets Kids to Play Evil 'Drug Deal Prank' on Their ParentsS

Comedian Gets Kids to Play Evil 'Drug Deal Prank' on Their ParentsS

Comedian Gets Kids to Play Evil 'Drug Deal Prank' on Their ParentsS

Comedian Gets Kids to Play Evil 'Drug Deal Prank' on Their ParentsS

Comedian Gets Kids to Play Evil 'Drug Deal Prank' on Their ParentsS

Comedian Gets Kids to Play Evil 'Drug Deal Prank' on Their ParentsS

Comedian Gets Kids to Play Evil 'Drug Deal Prank' on Their ParentsS

Comedian Gets Kids to Play Evil 'Drug Deal Prank' on Their ParentsS

Comedian Gets Kids to Play Evil 'Drug Deal Prank' on Their ParentsS

The rest are here and here.

[H/T: Splitsider, images via Twitter]