Ingenious kid hacks his parents’ phones so that the word ‘no’ automatically changes to ‘hell yes’ – before asking them if he can throw a party

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

At first glance it might seem like the young man in this post has the coolest parents ever – parents who not only give the go-ahead for him to have a party, but consent with an emphatic ‘hell yes!’ But things aren’t quite what they seem. According to a recent post on Imgur/Reddit, prospective party host Brendan – under the username nasshole – managed to hack his parents’ phones in order to guarantee that he would get the ‘yes’ from his mom and dad in order to throw the bash. ‘Added a shortcut to parents’ phone every time they type “no”,’ explained the original poster of the text conversation. In a screenshot of a group conversation, the creative kid asks: ‘Hey guys can I throw a party tmrw night. [sic]’ From there, hilarity and confusion ensues, as the boy has programmed his mother’s phone to autocorrect the word ‘no’ to something else entirely. ‘HELL YES, [sic]’ is the response that comes from Brendan’s mom. But something isn’t quite right, so she tries again. ‘Wait,’ she writes. ‘I typed HELL YES. [sic]’ The confused mom is soon backed up by Brendan’s father Jim, whose cell phone has similarly lost the ability to type […]

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