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Merry Pranksters: What Are You Up To for April Fool's Day?

Share your favorite tricks, and pick up some ideas for foolish fun.

When April Fool's Day rolls around, are you the one pulling pranks—or is the joke on you?

The silly holiday puts a punny twist on the saying, “The best defense is a good offense”—just make sure you choose playful tricks. The point is to give everyone a good chuckle.

What's your favorite April Fool's Day prank? Tell us about the best prank you've pulled off or seen pulled off in the comments section below.

Looking for some foolish fun? We've got a few ideas for you:

Tape magnets to the bottom of an empty coffee cup, and attach it to the top of your car. Laugh at all the people who frantically try to get your attention as you drive by. — April Fool Zone 

Super Glue some coins to the sidewalk or any spot that gets a lot of foot traffic. Make sure it's an appropriate place, then watch people try to get the coins. — Kidz World

“Foil” a co-worker. — Instructables

Guyism offers several April Fool's Day suggestions to try around the office:

  • Borrow someone’s cell phone and change the language setting to a foreign language.
  • Add several odd appointments with alarms set to go off during the day to a co-worker’s calendar.
  • Hide all of the desktop icons on someone’s computer and replace the monitor’s wallpaper with a screenshot of their desktop.
  • Place a small piece of a Post-it note over the ball under someone’s computer mouse so that it won’t work.

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