Although the 2020 year itself is like a big joke, this April fools day can be interesting for you and your family and a perfect reason for trickery and creative invention and continuous lockdowns throughout the world will not be a ban for happiness and beautiful smiles.
We are here to help you make April fools day 2020 the most fun, exciting, and anxiety-filled day of the year!
Nobody knows the exact history of April Fools’ Day but Fools’customs may begin in France as historians believe.
Actually, it may trace from People who continued to celebrate New Year’s Day on April 1st rather than the new date of January 1st were referred to as “April fools” and others played tricks on them.
April Fools’ Day on April 1 is a day where many of us unleash our most creative sides, all in a hilarious – sometimes over the top – attempt at bamboozling those around us.
Forgot about this Day history, every spring we all put on our pranking caps to plan out the most devious and diabolical, also safe and funny pranks we can think of.
Coronavirus crisis caused canceling of April Fools’ Day for Google, as it chooses to stay serious in respect to the continuous pandemic and Google will skip its annual tradition of this Day jokes and pranks, the company confirmed on Tuesday.
Chief Marketing Officer Lorraine Twohill stated in an internal email obtained by Business Insider that the tech giant would not share April Fools’ jokes across its platforms, as it normally does every year.
“Our highest goal right now is to be helpful to people, so let’s save the jokes for next April, which will undoubtedly be a whole lot brighter than this one. We’ve already stopped any centralized April Fool’s efforts but realize there may be smaller projects within teams that we don’t know about. Please suss out those efforts and make sure your teams pause on any jokes they may have planned — internally or externally.”Lorraine Twohill, Google’s head of marketing
However, may you think it can be fake-out, it is not important cause Google’s centralized marketing team had earlier decided to skip April Fools’ as well. The memo was a reminder for managers of smaller teams to also avoid April Fools’ Day pranks.
Nevertheless, Attempting to pull off an April Fools’ joke in the midst of a global pandemic is not the best way for any brand to represent themselves.
Some April Fools’ jokes take preparation but often the best are the simple ones that can be played on loved ones in the morning before they’ve even realized that April Fool’s Day has arrived.
Probably you are stuck at home quarantine, so if you want to cheer up your family with some harmless April Fool’s jokes tomorrow follow us for some suggestions.
Wrap one of your loved one’s most valued objects, such as their phone or tv remote, in multiple layers of elastic bands. Watch as they try to undo them all and free their item.
Prank a friend or family member by sending them a GIF of the dots which show that you’re typing (when you’re actually not). They will be waiting for a message for a while.
Mom, why did you frame that random photo of Steve Buscemi? For those quarantining with others, putting a strange new image in front of a familiar photo is an easy way to get a double-take, even from people who maybe haven’t left the house in weeks.
If you’re quarantining alone, consider placing a swapped-image frame behind you in a Zoom call, and see if the person you’re video-chatting with notices.
Here’s a harmless way to brighten someone’s inbox at the expense of a little confusion. The internet has seemingly endless free email newsletters to sign up for, including a great assortment of ones on raising chickens, community chickens, and chicken secrets.
Lay breakfast out for your family in the morning – but with everybody’s drinks upside down. To do this, fill a glass with water and then put a card over the top. Put the glass face down on the table, and then very quickly pull out the card.
Cut out spider shapes from black paper, and put them inside a lampshade. When the light gets turned on, it will look like there’s a huge spider waiting to pounce.