"I'm pregnant! See, I just did this test. Ha, only joking..."
Online sellers on eBay are listing positive-pregnancy tests as a joke item for buyers to fool their nearest and dearest with.
The products, which are marked for sale at £4.99 or more, are real (or fake) pregnancy tests showing the double lines or plus sign that indicate a positive result – and a baby on the way.
One listing reads, "Have fun pranking friends and family with this positive test :)"
Do you think it's funny? Is it the kind of prank you'd like to play on your partner? Or perhaps you think something as serious and life-changing as pregnancy isn't something to fool about with?
Do please post a comment below – and let us know what you think.
Helen is author of the classic advice book Parenting for Dummies and a mum of 3. Before joining MadeForMums, she was Head of Community at Mumsnet and also the Consumer Editor of Mother & Baby.
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