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  • Writer's pictureSamuel Jacobs

Disciples convincing Jesus he was messiah was a prank gone horribly wrong.

Tragedy strikes as twelve friends of Jesus of Nazareth convinced him that he was the next messiah, and that he would be resurrected if killed. It all went horribly wrong.

Sometimes men can be cruel to each other for the sake of humour, and sometimes tragedy strikes, like it did when twelve friends of Jesus gaslighted and convinced him over a several years that he was the next saviour, and the son of God.

"It was pretty easy actually. Everyone wanted to be a part of it." said Peter, on of Jesus' friends. "He was already kind of full of himself, he made a table, and granted, it was pretty good, but he was walking around all high and mighty. So, a few of us thought we should put him in his place."

"It turns out that all it took for Jesus to get a swelled head, was to buy one of his pieces of furniture." Peter continued, "He was very proud of his craftsmanship, and thought he was king shit. So we started calling him, your worship, and your highness. I think it went to his head. The others were having such a good time with it, that we kept it going for a while."


The gang almost called it off when Jesus decided to go into the desert for 40 days without food and water. Thomas didn't think it was a good idea to continue the charade.

"He could have died out there in the desert." said Thomas, "It's a good thing he took some of the peyote we gave him, and he passed out. When he woke up, he thought he had been in the desert for 40 days, it was more like three hours."


Because Jesus' twelve frat brothers decided to punk him into thinking he was the messiah, Jesus ended causing quite a stir in the Temple in Jerusalem witch was the catalyst for his blasphemy charge and eventual crucifixion.

Judas felt so bad because of this prank that he killed himself.


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