Most Hilarious Pranks for April Fools’ Day

It’s unclear exactly where the April Fool tradition originated, but some people are more than happy to have the opportunity to play personal pranks on their friends, family members or coworkers. Similar precursor holidays can be found in Rome (the Festival of Hilaria on March 25th) and the medieval Feast of Fools in December. Some also believe that the holiday stems from Pope Gregory XIII’s decision to restore January 1st as New Year’s day on the Gregorian calendar – the Julian calendar that it replaced celebrated New Year’s day on April 1st.

We don’t recommend hurting anyone or destroying or damaging anyone’s property, but if you want to prank someone – here are some good ways to do it!

#1 Plant a grass garden in your coworker’s keyboard


01.04.2016 at 20:37