Another April Fools’ Day has been and gone, which is a huge relief for anyone who works online. Determining the real news from the fake news can be tough, especially with so many companies and websites entering into the spirit of the occasion.
It’s time, with your help, to sort the wheat from the chaff.
Foolish Foolhardy Fools
We want to know, What Is The Best Online April Fools’ Day Prank Ever? Please do limit your comments to online April Fools’ Day pranks because, as interesting as your real-world April Fools’ Day pranks may be, they’re not quite what we’re looking for.
What we are interested in hearing about are the online pranks played over the years that you have truly appreciated. To help jog your memory we have lists of the best April Fools’ Day jokes from 2011, from 2012, from 2013, and from 2014, all compiled by TechCrunch. We also put together our own list of April Fools’ Day jokes you may have missed last April.
Around this time last year we asked whether you love or hate April Fools’ Day, and it turns out around 60 percent of you love it. With this in mind we suspect many of you reading this spend each April 1 scouring the Web for the best pranks. And now we want you to help us compile a list of the best pranks ever played on the innocent and unsuspecting Internet population.
Your chosen April Fools’ Day prank could have been played by a big corporation such as Google, a local company close to your heart, one of your favorite websites, or an individual on a social network. As long as it’s a) funny and b) happened online then we want to hear all about it.
Have Your Say
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