Spiritually asking? What is the best April Fools Prank you ever pulled off on someone or done to you?
Keep it clean folks! There are kids on this forum!
- iamnooneLv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
Compared to Phoenix, my pranks are sooooooooo lame ... OK, I have kids, so my pranks are always on the lame side.
One year, after they had all started school and were raving about the little cartons of milk that came with their lunches, I went out and purchased little cartons of heavy cream.
That evening at dinner, they proudly stuck their straws into their cartons, took a big gulp, and ... gagged, at which point they ran to the bathroom to spit the cream into the toilet.
My six-year old approached me, and asked, "Mom, are we supposed to drink that milk?" I replied in the affirmative, and he then burst into tears, exclaiming that he couldn't because, "it tastes like ****!"
Another year, I rolled brownies to look like dog droppings and packed them in their lunches, have placed small cardboard circles inside their pancakes, "frosted" meatloaf with mashed potatoes and presented it as cake.
I went too far when I hung plastic spiders on fishing line above their beds while they slept.
I'd recommend you call Family Services on me, but my kids are now in their teens and 20's, and are quite capable of extracting their own brand of revenge.
Thank you ((((Tucker)))).
I *do* love a good practical joke.
- InnocentLv 61 decade ago
The biggest one in the last two years on April 1 has been the circulation of the Information about a "Dooms Day Virus".
Sort of like the Y2k thing every body running around frantically trying to get a quick fix.
Sure made those crisis and adrenaline junkies happy.
What is the Spiritually in an April fools joke?
- 4 years ago
My daughters and I purchased roughly 15 hand towels- the little towels you use typically in the kitchen or put in your guest bathroom so people can dry their hands. Then, since my girls and I live with Grandma, we switched all of Grandma's bath towels for the hand towels.
On the morning of April 1st, my daughters and I sat on the stairs and simply waited for Grandma to get out of the shower. It was the funniest scene to listen to! After about 3 minutes, she called to me, but instead of going to her, I told her to look in the second drawer of her dresser where we had hidden 2 normal size towels. Five minutes later, my daughters couldn't take it anymore and they burst into grandma's room screaming "april fools"! I then showed her where we had hidden all of her towels in her closet.
She still talks about it as the best prank she's ever had pulled on her. I think she was so happy to have had a prank pulled on her by her granddaughters, she still brags about it on Facebook every year :-)
- Anonymous1 decade ago
There was a lady who was in the nursing home I worked in.
She was in a wheel chair and would travel the hallways like a speed demon.
So I "borrowed" the online coding script from the local newspaper and made up a story that talked about a hit and run that took place about a block away from the nursing home. I described her and her chair in the story. I talked about how she hit a person and he had flew 50 feet in the air and broke 17 bones. I made it appear like a front page story. I even found a pitiful picture of a fake victim who was in head to toe casts.
I then saved the story on my personal server space/domain.
She always liked to come into to rehab dept and read the paper online on our computers.
So on April fools I pulled up my paper on the computer and had it ready for her. (I generally always did anyway)
She read it and kept saying "Oh this is so sad" and so I went over there to inquire. I read over her shoulder and suddenly said "Oh wow Ellis this description sounds like you"
She really freaked. I played it out a little while and even went so far to tell her I would take a bribe to giver her an alibi. I played it out for about 10 minutes.
Oh she thought it was hilarious. She even had me print off the cover story and she framed it.
I keep a domain and server space and still play jokes like this.
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- PiLv 71 decade ago
Oddly enough, I don't believe I have ever pulled a prank on anyone at anytime. Nothing against it, I just have never majored in practical humor.
Now as for pranks pulled on me well that's another story.
- 1 decade ago
When I was seven i took a glass (literally made of glass) and filled it with water, flipped it upside down over an index card, placed it on the dining room table, and pulled the card out from under it. It was juvenile, but I was seven.
Best part was, i did something that made my mother really angry so she sent me to my room. 10 min. later, i hear a loud splash followed by "Mother ******! God**** sonofa*****!!!!!!"
- Anonymous1 decade ago
Last year, I called the guy I was dating at the time and told him I went to Planned Parenthood to get my annual test done and it came back positive for herpes. I even fake cried a little on the phone.
He didn't think it was funny, AT ALL.
But I f*cking died. lmao.
- tuckerLv 61 decade ago
My husband is an officer and he called my daughter at 6:00 this morning and told her that her neighbor hit her car in the parking lot...that she needed her to come out and look at it. Then he laughed and went to bed. Men are evil.
I called her back to tell her the truth....but she had already gone out to the parking lot.
RedQueen......you are awesome.
- Fred FLv 71 decade ago
The time several of us moved the minister's chair from behind his desk and replaced it with a toilet.
He was all bent out of shape, until he realized that he had BEEN HAD.
- DianeLv 44 years ago
NEVER. My face is naturally hideous. So every time I am in front of a mirror, I try to put on a straight face.