This is absolutely brutal.
This is absolutely brutal.
Turns out it was just a little Photoshop action.
Plus the final episode of “How I Met Your Mother” airs, one guy gets into all 8 Ivy League schools (!!!), and the “Real Housewives of New York,” ranked by craziness.
Ranked by originality, follow-through and overall cuteness.
Who knew mac and cheese could be so evil?
Welcome to the internet, I’ll be your guide. This post will be updated throughout the day. Stay strong.
Google perfectly Exeggcutes the Tentacool-est (and Tentacruel-est) of April fools thus far.
Dislike this if you’re a real ’90s kid.
Up until the police came and arrested her, that is. (via wtkr.com)
April Fools’ Day may be all fun and games for some, but only an April fool doesn’t take capitalization and punctuation seriously. A handy cheat sheet for the day, brought to you by your friendly neighborhood copy editor.
Google and Microsoft aren’t start-ups anymore. Tech companies’ bizarre fixation on April fools.
Either American Eagle thinks that teenagers are actually going to spray their naked bodies with blue dye OR this is a very early April Fools’ prank.
Take a rabid fan base, sprinkle with collective worst nightmares and watch the blood spill. The sports world has always been center stage when it comes to pulling off pranks.
Sure, it’s kind of cheesy when companies like Google do elaborate April Fools’ Day jokes. But what’s even lamer is companies who don’t actually bother to pull a prank and instead just talk about it in the most neutral terms.
Cute overload envisions a world where the Huffington Post finally gets with the program and starts giving people the news they really want to hear. Click through for the Nuffington Post in its full glory.
More proof that all TV news co-anchors secretly hate each other. View Media ›
As a New Yorker, there’s only a few of things one fears living here. The three are as follows; muggings, burglars, and bedbugs. Now then, imagine you waking up this morning to a snowstorm and this email. Classic. View Image ›
You don’t like the people you work with anyway.
This is my kind of evil. Passive aggressive evil. Work in an office? Forgot your April Fools Day prank? Got you covered. Just print this out and watch your co-workers scream at the printer in misplaced rage. Don’t have a Canon? Also no problem. View Image ›
And so begins our slow descent into April Fools Day madness. I’ll be keeping tab on the sites that are posting April Fools pranks all day, so check back often. Also, feel free to contribute if you see something that isn’t on the list yet. View List ›
Let’s be truthful here for a minute, fools. April Fools pranks are sometimes funny! But mostly they’re just awful. What is the lamest April Fools prank you’ve heard of or been a part of? Add yours in the comments, and we’ll see if we can crown a winner. Read More ›
There are a number of sites that post stories or change their design layout to pull one over on their readers for April Fools Day. If you spend a lot of time online, this gets tiresome pretty quickly. Here are some of the most consistent offenders that you should avoid tomorrow. Read More ›
The online stock trading site Zecco surprised its customers with fake multi-million dollar balances. Ha-ha! But then something happened… People started buying lots and lots of real stock! Now, everybody’s screwed. Woopsies, Zecco! Read More ›
Not every ridiculous thing that happens on April 1st is fake. The BBC lists off the 10 stories that happened today which might sound foolish, but in fact, are completely true.
In Russia, it is socially acceptable to celebrate April Fools’ Day by blowing up Lenin’s statue with a huge bundle of TNT. There is also a leg wound in the statue, so it looks like Lenin got gunned down all over again. (He was shot at at some point, right? I would think yes.) View Image ›
Click to see a slideshow of the best April Fools Day jokes. View Image ›
Eric Buth 5 years ago
Improv Everywhere crashed the funeral of a man with very few surviving relatives to make it the best funeral ever! Sure, its a sensitive subject, but they just wanted to “spread a little joy to the saddest place of all!” And it worked! Until the end… Watch Video ›