TikTok user Kerrimitchellxo sent her dad a voice note to pretend she had paid €70 to get air put into her car tyres – and got a hilarious reaction as he sent a series of voice notes in reply
A dad was left fuming at his daughter as she pranked him by pretending she had bought new air for her car tyres for £60.
It’s always hard to know whether the bills you’re paying out at the garage are a value for money and we usually have to put our trust in the honesty of the experts.
But TikTok user Kerrimitchellxo decided to wind her dad up by sending him a voice note to ask whether the €70 (£60) she had just shelled out for air to fill her car tyres was a good deal, causing him to launch into a hilarious rant, Dublin Live reports.
In a series of angry voice notes her dad replies: “€70 to get air in your tyres? There’s something wrong with you. How did you pay 70 f***ing euro to get air in your tyres? You don’t pay for that, you f***ing headcase.
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“You sound like you have f***ing air in your bleedin’ head.”
Before Kerri has a chance to reply, he continues: “€70, are you winding me up? €70 to get someone to put air in your tyres, there’s seriously something wrong with you. Seriously lacking a few f***ing air cells in your brain.”
Just to ignite his fury further, Kerri then replied to explain: “Yeah because one of the back tyres went flat, right, so I was like okay grand, I’ll go the garage and get it done.
“The fella behind the counter was saying like it was premium air so I paid him €70 to do it.”
And it sparked the exact response she had been hoping for, as her dad fired back: “Premium air? Are you f***ing simple? Premium air!?
“Listen, there’s only one kind of air, that’s the f***ing air that you breathe. Air is air, it pumps up a tyre. I hope you didn’t give someone €70.”
The brilliant exchange of voice notes was uploaded to TikTok, where it’s been viewed more than 1.1 million times and left people in stitches.
One person said: “You hear the rage build which made this even better, when you said premium air I fell around the place.”
A second wrote: “‘Air is air’. I actually cannot breathe.”
And another added: “Irish people are the funniest people in the world I swear.”