April Fools' Day
There was a Christian protester, a poorly thought out shirt slogan, and the owner doesn't smoke weed.
"True to character, the healthy, hipster Mr. Avo Head will sport a man bun and well-groomed beard, trendy sneakers, skinny jeans and will be listening to all the latest beats."
April Fools—like everything we used to hold dear to us—is now dominated by brands trying their hardest to insert themselves into daily life.
Cyrillic text replaced the standard notification that someone “updated their profile picture,” and “Your Mom, a bot, and 2 others” liked the new image.
According to some politicians, the ad is “an attempt to manipulate the psychology of 80 million people.”
In this April Fool's Day edition of the Grab Bag, Sean takes a look at how the NHL pranked their fans by releasing the expansion draft lists.
In 'Fools Day' a class of fourth graders make a crazy coffee concoction that ends up killing their teacher in a mind blowing explosion of guts and blood. They're left to clean up the mess and avoid getting caught by the D.A.R.E officer.
An April Fool's Day prank by a company that basically makes seasoned boxed macaroni and cheese has taken over the rap world.
Chinese news agency Xinhua has asked people not to spread, listen to, or create rumors.
Google introduced a "Mic Drop" button in Gmail that let users block all replies to an email. It did not go well.
It used to be a lot earlier to pull one over on the internet.