af1st April is fast approaching or already going to pull someone’s soon.Here you are to some of the
simple funniest pranks that you can pull on someone , to make it the Best April Fool Day to remember and full of laughter!

Some of the used or childhood or even adult common practised pranks :

1.This is an olden schoolday’s pranks at fast food chain or any eating place . loosen any salt shaker . tabasco sauce , tear off a couple chilli and ketchup sauce and mixed it well into soft or bear drink to say cheese or cheer or straight down to one’s stomach!…and send them right to washroom! Hahaha !

2. Pull someone’s hot shorty skirt and tell the ladies , so this is your lovely color panties.Wow , what a shock and fun to play ! Warning: Don’t do it to anyone found offensive or to strangers!

3. Make the chairs wooble by loosening the screws attachment of the chairs , or take the hell of his/her heart out by quickly and prompty pull of the chair when about to sit on.

4.Vaseline or Grease any items that going to hold on especially at workplace to make hard for them to hold on.

5. How about mess up the toilet seat by putting on any sticky jelly stuff to allude someone’s of shit left behind or about to glue them on.

6. Most often used ghastly stuff would be faking bleeding , blue black swollen by smearing ketchup or rub on color stuff to make it looks real like you are deeply in shit!

What are yours to share , get the ideas yet?

Continue to read on what are the then top ten past craziest pranks.Enjoy!

In 1957 , a BBC television program announced that thanks to a mild winter, Swiss farmers were enjoying a record spaghetti crop. Footage of Swiss farmers pulling strands of spaghetti from trees prompted a barrage of calls from people wanting to know how to grow their own spaghetti at home.

In 1962 , Sweden had only one television channel, which broadcast in black and white. The station’s technical expert appeared on the news to announce that thanks to a newly developed technology, viewers could convert their existing sets to receive color pictures by pulling a nylon stocking over the screen. In fact, they had to wait until 1970.

In 1976 , British astronomer Patrick Moore announced on the radio that at 9:47 am, a once-in-a-lifetime astronomical event, in which Pluto would pass behind Jupiter, would cause a gravitational alignment that would reduce the Earth’s gravity. Moore told listeners that if they jumped in the air at the exact moment of the planetary alignment, they would experience a floating sensation. Hundreds of people called in to report feeling the amazing sensation.

In 1977, British newspaper The Guardian published a seven-page supplement for the 10th anniversary of San Serriffe, a small republic located in the Indian Ocean consisting of several semicolon-shaped islands. A series of articles described the geography and culture of the two main islands, named Upper Caisse and Lower Caisse.

In 1985, Sports Illustrated magazine published a story that a rookie baseball pitcher who could reportedly throw a ball at 168 miles per hour was set to join the New York Mets. The player was said to have learned his amazing skill in a Tibetan monastery. Mets fans’ didn’t find it too funny once it was revealed to be a prank.

In 1992, US National Public Radio announced that Richard Nixon was running for president again. His new campaign slogan was, “I didn’t do anything wrong, and I won’t do it again.” They even had clips of Nixon announcing his candidacy. Listeners flooded the show with calls expressing their outrage. Nixon’s voice actually turned out to be that of impersonator Rich Little.

in 1995 , Discover Magazine announced that a highly respected biologist, Aprile Pazzo (Italian for April Fool), had discovered a new species in Antarctica: the hotheaded naked ice borer. The creatures were described as having bony plates on their heads that became burning hot, allowing the animals to bore through ice at high speed — a technique they used to hunt penguins.

In 1996, American fast-food chain Taco Bell announced that it had bought Philadelphia’s Liberty Bell, a historic symbol of American independence, from the federal government and was renaming it the Taco Liberty Bell. Outraged citizens called to express their anger before Taco Bell revealed the hoax.

In 1998, Burger King published a full-page ad in USA Today announcing the introduction of the “Left-Handed Whopper”, specially designed for the 32 million left-handed Americans. According to the advertisement, the new burger included the same ingredients as the original, but the condiments were rotated 180 degrees. The chain said it received thousands of requests for the new burger, as well as orders for the original “right-handed” version.

In 1998, a newsletter titled New Mexicans for Science and Reason carried an article that the state of Alabama had voted to change the value of pi from 3.14159 to the “Biblical value” of 3.0.
according to the top ten pranks are voted on Museum of hoax.