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These Girls Threw a Surprise Party for Their Friend Inside a Train

How fun!
IMAGE YouTube/Improv Everywhere

It's difficult to imagine, but how would you react if a group of friends boarded the MRT or LRT train and rallied everyone inside to help them throw their friend a surprise party? Would you ignore them or play along? We ask because a group of friends did exactly that to throw their friend a surprise sweet sixteen party.

Pretty sweet, right? The surprise was actually one of the many performances of Improv Everwhere whose goal was to see if the random commuters inside the train would come together and participate. And they weren't disappointed because they did!

The "surprise" may have been staged, but it makes great inspiration for the next time you want to make a friend feel special on her birthday. It's cheap, unique, and most importantly, fun not just for your barkada but for everyone!

Know of other unique birthday surprises? Feel free to share them with us by tagging @candymagdotcom on Twitter!

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