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Top 25 April Fools' Day Pranks: 15-11

Apr 01, 2014

We’re halfway through the Top 25 April Fools’ jokes for you to use on April 1st. Have you been a victim of a practical joke…? Has one of your friends embarrassed you…? Is your sister annoying you lately…? Or do you just want to cause a little havoc on the one day you’re allowed to… guilt free. Here’s your chance to get revenge… to teach lessons… to have some fun!

Does someone smell something?

The whoopee cushion is the all-time greatest practical joke invention. You can carry this device around all day with you and embarrass anyone at anytime. A good time to use it is when there is a few people in a room and everyone is being really quiet. You can use it in a public bathroom and try to scare people to leave promptly. If you’re really courageous, try and use it when your teacher sits down in front of the classroom.

My name is Diapers (Computer Skills Required!!!)

Do you know someone who uses Microsoft Word to do his or her work? Well this prank will spell the word “Diapers” every time they type their own name. You have to get their computer and open the program Word. Then follow these steps:

  1. Click on Tools
  2. Select Autocorrect Options
  3. Make sure the Autocorrect Tab is selected
  4. Check the Replace text as you type box
  5. Type your friend’s name in the “Replace” box
  6. Type “Diapers” in the “With” box
  7. Click Add
  8. Click OK

 

Salty Toothpaste

Late at night, gather your family’s toothbrushes and wet them with water. Then dip them in salt. Make sure not to get too much salt on them or they will look suspicious. But if they are covered just enough salt, everyone is going to have a nice surprise as they get ready in the morning.

The Sky is Falling

This prank works if you do it with a few people. Go to a busy street corner where people are walking. Now look up at the sky with all sorts of expressions. Take a peak and watch to see if you are getting any followers! The more people that take a look at the sky, the more people will be curious to see if something is wrong.

America’s Most Wanted

Time to use some creativity. Cut and paste a picture of your friend into an America’s Most Wanted picture. Then edit the picture to say please contact your phone number instead of the real FBI… we don’t need your friend to actually go to prison. Now post the picture up all over your school and let the rumors commence!

Have Your Say

Make sure you let us know which prank is your favorite in the comments below!

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Wooper1255

Wooper1255 wrote:

The America's Most Wanted is da bomb! O_O I'M SO DOING THIS!
commented: Sat Mar 29, 2014

warriorsfanXD

warriorsfanXD wrote:

Lol I'm doing the toothbrush 1 on my sis
commented: Thu Mar 27, 2014

sweettooth222

sweettooth222 wrote:

lol!
commented: Thu Mar 13, 2014

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"Teh_Skittlez" wrote: "AlphaT" wrote: "Teh_Skittlez" wrote: I should have known using the confederacy as an example would resonate with you. Like you said, it's another topic, but I could also talk about the Pacific slave trade.  I'm not pro slave, but I am against the south=racist bandwagon. I know you're smart enough to not be on that wagon though. Objection: Relevance? How is Pacific Slave Trade significant to the topic? It affected men and women alike (albeit mostly men)? It's not particularly relevant, it's another topic, that's why I'm not going to talk about it.  Oh. Okay.
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"AlphaT" wrote: "Teh_Skittlez" wrote: I should have known using the confederacy as an example would resonate with you. Like you said, it's another topic, but I could also talk about the Pacific slave trade.  I'm not pro slave, but I am against the south=racist bandwagon. I know you're smart enough to not be on that wagon though. Objection: Relevance? How is Pacific Slave Trade significant to the topic? It affected men and women alike (albeit mostly men)? It's not particularly relevant, it's another topic, that's why I'm not going to talk about it. 
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AlphaT posted in Debating:
"Teh_Skittlez" wrote:I should have known using the confederacy as an example would resonate with you. Like you said, it's another topic, but I could also talk about the Pacific slave trade.  I'm not pro slave, but I am against the south=racist bandwagon. I know you're smart enough to not be on that wagon though. Objection: Relevance? How is Pacific Slave Trade significant to the topic?
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