Sometimes a joke is so good, it's worth taking three months to tell. Twitter user Hadie Mart (@CostcoRiceBag) began tweeting some strange things all the way back in May, but no one was quite sure of her intentions. On August 23, she finished her magnum opus and told everyone to go back and read the first word of all her tweets!










Hadie had been tweeting the lyrics to the Queen mega-hit "Bohemian Rhapsody" in reverse order so they'd be easy to read when the time came.








Now that Hadie is finished, it's amusing to go back and see her excuses for posting some of the song's stranger lyrics:



This joke has been a long time in the making! Hadie tweeted the last words of the song all the way back on May 7.

Congratulations on a genius prank, Hadie! Freddie would be proud.


H/T - Nerdist, Digg

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