A hilarious new trend is taking over TikTok that involves sending a relative a fake Christmas card and capturing their reactions.
Let's face it, no one loves their cards as much as parents – and it isn't officially Christmas without the house being decked out with them. But now, people are taking the Christmas cheer to the next level, with fakes.
One TikToker, El (@prattylala), shared her scheme in a clip that racked up almost a million views.
She asked her colleague to write out a card addressed to her parents, so wouldn't get suspicious of the handwriting.
"To Penny and John, I hope your Christmas is as wonderful as you both are, can’t wait to catch up in the New Year," it read. "All the best, Martha and Phillip."
The card hilariously sent her father, John, into a state of confusion. The video showed him calling upstairs to his wife, Penny, asking who the mystery couple were, but she also seems stumped.