Make the Most of Your April Fools Day
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Make the Most of Your April Fools Day

with the most cliche and savage pranks around

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Make the Most of Your April Fools Day

1.Bubble wrap a doorway

2. Bubble wrap a toilet

3. Pretend theirs a snow day

4. Fake a test (teacher)

5. Pretend to be pregnant

6. Call someone by the wrong name all day

7. Switch places with someone

8. Ties someone's shoe laces together

9. Fill a m&m bag with skittles

10. Hide a toy spider

11. Hide a toy snake

12. Set a short cut on someone's phone keyboard so a common work turns into something funny

13. Rearrange someone's drawer so shirts are in the sock drawer etc.

14. Make "orange juice" for someone out of the power from Mac and cheese

15. Put food color in someone's toothpaste to temporarily die their teeth

16. Post it note someone's car

17. Fill a jelly donut with ketchup18. Die someone's water red

19. Poke a punch of holes in the bot of someone's paper cup

20. Try any prank that Jim did on Dwight

21. Glue money to a sidewalk

22. Put a paper cut out of an inspect in a lamp

23. Fill an entire room with balloons

24. Attach an air horn to someone's adjustable chair

25. Cover the senor on someone's mouse with a scary/funny image

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