This is a short video of a 10-year old Persian cat appropriately named Mr. Gold snoring, and his owner amplifying that unusual snore with a handheld microphone. Some more info while I fart into a megaphone and pretend the building was just hit by a meteor:
That's my cat, his name is Mr.Gold. He's 10-years-old, likes to sleep so much and every time he sleeps he snores loudly. One day, I was working in the bedroom and Mr. Gold was sleeping beside me. His snoring was so distracting, I couldn't pay attention to my work. It was so funny, so I decided to prank him, using the microphone.
But is it really a prank if it's an animal? I feel like pranks usually involve the pranked party understanding what you did. This is a cat. It's like if you pretend to throw a ball to your dog but are really hiding it behind your back, is that a prank, or are you just being a jerk? That said, while not a prank, there's absolutely nothing wrong with amplifying your cat's snore provided you turn it into a song afterward, which I'm still waiting for.
Keep going for the video.
Thanks to Allyson S, who agrees this could be the start of a real banger.