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Two Guys Asked for Hilarious Fake Items at Target and the Employees Were Surprisingly Helpful [VIDEO]

Two guys named Greg Benson and Ryan Smith came up with a hilarious prank to play on employees at their local Target store.

They each took a notepad, and wrote a list of ridiculous FAKE items. Then they exchanged notepads without looking at them, went to Target, and tried to get the employees to help find as many as possible.

Here are some of the things they asked for: Fish poison, pre-made toast, leg rubbers, a dentist chair, hair dye for newborns, and the best one…a “toddler sized shark cage.”

The best part might be watching them try not to laugh when they say each thing.

I’m not sure they actually did it ON Black Friday though, because no one gets trampled OR pepper-sprayed…

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