Today’s April Fool’s Day, we have specially prepared a list of inspirations to take you back to the age of mischief.
However, if you don’t want to be smashed by family and friends, don’t put all these pranks in one go.
Change the time on all clock devices in the house so that your entire family arrives two hours late for dinner.
Replace the creaming of Oreo cookies with toothpaste.
Replace the little chocolate eggs with grapes and repack all.
On Facebook, change your party date for April 1st to receive love.
If it’s really your date of birth, we sympathize with you.
Fill a room with inflatable balloons.
We recommend the bathroom … or the car!
Remove the batteries from the TV remote control.
Borrow the phone from a loved one and change the name of your contact by something funny. Send text messages to the person.
Put Tabasco on someone’s toothbrush.
Put some food coloring in someone’s beer bottle.
He will not realize that his mouth is green!
Take a screenshot of the office of your victim’s computer, hide all the office folders and replace the wallpaper with your screenshot.
Glue all the ornaments on the colleague’s desk.
Put the computer screen of your colleague’s PC upside down.
Ctrl + Alt + ↓
Apply a temporary tattoo on the arm of the person who sleeps the hardest at home.
Ideally, the ugliest possible.
Tell your spouse that your mother is coming to live with you for the next month.
Wrap the toilet with plastic wrap.
Lick all the chips in your friend’s Pringles package.
But it’s really cruel.
Also, do you know the origin of April Fool’s Day?
There is a lot of controversy about the origins of April Fool’s Day, and the most common saying goes back to the French King Charles IX of the 16th century.
In 1564, Charles IX decided to adopt the New Age Law, starting with January 1st as the beginning of the year, and changed the past practice of starting April 1st for the New Year.
The reform of the Jubilee Law also means that the time for presenting New Year gifts will also change. However, some old school members opposed the reform of the New Year calendar, and still sent the New Year’s ceremony on April 1st according to the old calendar.
Since then, the gifts presented on April 1st have a sense of folly, and the custom of teasing others has spread.