Wacky Prank Unveiled: How a User Changed Their Ex's Peacock Profile Name

Riley Sundew

Updated Sunday, March 10, 2024 at 12:00 AM CDT

Have you ever wanted to get back at your ex in a subtle yet amusing way? Well, one Reddit user found a creative solution to deal with their ex's constant use of their Peacock account. In a screenshot shared on the platform, the user revealed how they changed the profile name, leaving their ex in for a surprise.

The image captures a television screen displaying a user interface for changing a profile name. The background is a captivating deep blue color, adding to the intrigue of the situation. In the upper left corner, the screen prompts the user to "Change name," followed by a small line of text indicating to "Type the new profile name."

But here's where the mischief begins. In the center of the screen, the user had typed out the word "Pendejo" in capitalized white letters. For those unfamiliar with Spanish slang, "Pendejo" is a term used to describe someone as foolish or a jerk. It's safe to say that this choice of word adds an extra layer of humor to the situation.

Below the input field, a QWERTY keyboard is displayed, each key represented as a gray rectangle with a white letter. However, the key "P" stands out, highlighted in yellow, indicating that it had been selected to spell out the amusing profile name. To further enhance the prank, the user also had the option to confirm the change with a "DONE" button on the left or cancel it with a "CANCEL" button on the right.

On the right side of the screen, a captivating circular icon grabs our attention. It features a stylized image of a blue fish or dolphin with a wing, enclosed within a light blue ring. While its exact purpose remains a mystery, it could represent the profile being changed or simply be a part of the user interface.

The Reddit community responded with a mix of amusement and suggestions. Some users found the prank wacky, applauding the creativity involved. Others, however, questioned the humor in the situation, suggesting that the user should change the password instead. One commenter even provided a translation of "Pendejo" for those unfamiliar with the term, emphasizing its usage as "hard worker."

While opinions varied, it's clear that this prank struck a chord within the community. It serves as a reminder that even in the digital realm, there are amusing ways to deal with exes who continue to use resources they should no longer have access to.

So, if you find yourself in a similar situation, take a page out of this Reddit user's book. Change that profile name and sprinkle a little humor into the situation. Just remember to keep it light-hearted and PG-rated. And who knows, maybe your ex will finally get the hint and find a new source for their entertainment needs.

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Top Comments from Reddit

eviltrain

I see you are still flirting with your Ex.

skeemo1214

You should just change the password. Don’t get me wrong this is amusing but if they know your password they can just change it on you instead.

Honest_Performance42

Why is this funny?

AnotherDude1

That's great, let them keep s******* you over and taking your money. That'll show them!

wonder_man23

Or you could just change the password.

desertravenwy

Here's the affirmation you wanted for your pettiness. I mean, you couldn't even commit to hitting done, but power to you for taking the screenshot anyway.

Skyerocket

I think you mean you typed pendejo on screen, then backed out without actually changing it

Captain_Gaslighter

Cringe and petty. Just change the password???

st1101

Mate get over it. Change the password for your account, grow up, and move on with your life. I can see why they’re your ex.

stdio-lib

For those of you that don't speak Spanish, let me translate it for you. This word means "hard worker". That's what all my Mexican friends told me.

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