Annoyed bulldog tells grandma off for pranking him [Video]

  • A grandma tried to see how long she can trick Delboy the bulldog by blowing air onto his ear.
  • Whenever Delboy looked back at her, she would pretend not to know what was going on.
  • Delboy eventually got so annoyed that he turned and went straight up to Grandma to confront her!

Sometimes, the urge to poke fun at our furry family members can get too much. So we try to mess with them by pranking them with harmless tricks. They don’t mind most times, and would even play along. Still, there are times when even they can’t handle it anymore.

Delboy the English bulldog was just chilling out and taking in the view from outside, when Grandma decided to start pranking him. Grandma started to blow air onto the unsuspecting Delboy.

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When Delboy turned to look at her, she pretended not to know what was going on.

Delboy seems like he’s onto her, but pays her no mind and stares outside again.

Still, Grandma kept blowing onto his ear and would act innocently whenever he looked back at her. At this point, Delboy has grown too annoyed to let this go on.

You can see Delboy getting more and more annoyed each time!

He really tried to give Grandma a stern look to get her to stop, but she wouldn’t listen.

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And since Grandma wouldn’t listen and a stern look clearly wasn’t enough, Delboy decided to go over to her and set her straight — and that needed a face-to-face confrontation.

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β€œYou are in big trouble Nan!!” one viewer jokingly warned. Another commenter imagined Delboy telling Grandma, β€œOh… U wanna start sum wiff me?”

We can understand that Grandma was just fooling around, but we also know how annoying it can be from Delboy’s perspective!

We’re sure, however, that the two made up and snuggled sweetly after their talk. We’re not sure if Grandma learned her lesson, however.

Source: Pet Helpful

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