‘Prank It Forward’ changes waitress’ life

Waitress gets a handful of tips that change her life in Break's inaugural "Prank It Forward" series (Courtesy: Break YouTube)
Waitress gets a handful of tips that change her life in Break's inaugural "Prank It Forward" series (Courtesy: Break YouTube)

AUSTIN (KXAN) — Waitress Chelsea Roff became the center of Break’s inaugural “Prank it Forward” week of positive pranks.

Video’s post says Chelsea got the best shift ever with the life-changing tips from customers. Some of those included a tip of more than $1,000, a free trip to Hawaii, a new car with a surprise visit from her friend inside, and even landing her dream job.

This couldn’t come at a better time for Chelsea, who took care of raising her younger sister as well as overcoming a severe eating disorder. In addition to her waitress gig, she teaches yoga — which has become an integral part of the therapeutic process in her recovery journey.

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