A wife on TikTok tricked her husband into jumping around on a broom by saying she'd edit the video to look like he was flying

A wife on TikTok tricked her husband into jumping around on a broom by saying she'd edit the video to look like he was flying
Janelle McAloon tricked her husband into jumping around on a broom for TikTok videos.TikTok @nellesworld
  • TikTok user Janelle McAloon, or @nellesworld, regularly features her children and husband Joshua in her humorous videos.
  • In a recent TikTok, she filmed her husband jumping up and down repeatedly while riding a broom, captioning the clip: "I told him I was going to edit to look like he was flying."
  • After the video was liked more than 100,000 times, she somehow managed to convince him to try it again, promising this time around she would actually edit the video.
  • The followup TikTok shows the trusting husband hopping upstairs on the broom alongside the caption: "Got him again! #ShowMeYourWalk #icantbreathe if I hashtag #husbandgoals you can't be mad."
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TikTok users are becoming more creative than ever during lockdown — particularly the "Harry Potter" fans.

A new trend has seen people edit videos showing them jumping around with a broom between their legs to look like they're flying.

TikTok user Janelle McAloon, or @nellesworld, decided to take advantage of the new fad in a recent prank on her husband.
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McAloon, who regularly features her children and husband Joshua in her humorous videos, posted an unedited video of Joshua jumping up and down repeatedly on a broom alongside the text: "I told him I was going to edit to look like he was flying."
@nellesworld

I can’t stop laughing ##ilovemyhusband ##funny ##ifeelbad

♬ You Know I'll Go Get - ateng

The TikTok has since been liked more than 100,000 times, with people taking to the comments to express their gratitude for the prank.

"This alone is a good enough reason to get married," one user commented, while another added: "This is how trust issues start."
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Somehow, she managed to convince her seemingly overly trusting husband into trying one more time, posting a second TikTok showing him jumping up a set of stairs with the broom between his legs — again with the caption: "Got him again!"

@nellesworld

Got him again! ##ShowMeYourWalk ##icantbreathe if I hashtag ##husbandgoals you can’t be mad @joshuamcaloon3

♬ You Know I'll Go Get - ateng
The text on the video read: "I told him I was going to edit it this time. Truth is, I don't know how." She added to the caption: "If I hashtag #husbandgoals you can't be mad."
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Luckily, it seems her husband must be used to her antics by now.

On Wednesday, she shared a TikTok which showed Joshua spelling out her name with his nose, having told him the "nose painting" feature would be on.

@nellesworld

Can we make this a thing? Btw my name is Janelle ##okay ##namechallenge ##vibewithme ##funny ##couplesoftiktok ##lovehim

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While Joshua does have his own account, he has only posted one TikTok — a clip of his wife "working hard to be TikTok famous."
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