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Even More April Fools' Practical Jokes & Pranks

Mar 31, 2011

Want to prank your friends but don't know how? Well you're in luck cuz Kidzworld has a few ideas for your April Fool's Day!

Splish Splash

This may be one of the oldest tricks in the book, but it's still one of the silliest - not to mention grossest! Lift the toilet seat and cover the basin with saran wrap. The next person who uses the bathroom will be in for a splash!

Minty Delicious

Scrape the cream out of oreo cookies and fill them with white toothpaste!

Time Warp

Turn all the clocks and watches forward one hour. Your 'rents will get up an hour earlier to get ready for work as you snooze for that extra hour.

Bouncing Showers

Find all the balls in your house, even small plastic ones like ping pong balls, and place them in the kitchen cupboards. Whoever goes to open the cupboards will get a shower of balls!

Mix It Up

Mix up the spices and sauces for some tasteful fun. Pour sugar into the salt shaker and put the salt into the sugar jar. Switch the baking soda for the flour, water for vinegar, and Coca-Cola for soy sauce. After you've pranked one or two people, make sure you put everything back in its appropriate container.

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