It’s April first and no joke we are doing a top ten on funny and impractical practical jokes. If you use any of these don’t blame us if you get caught.
Do the Splits
Find a scrap of cloth. Place a dollar on the floor and stay nearby. When the victim comes by and bends down to pick up the dollar, rip the cloth loudly. Most people will reach back to see if they ripped their pants.
Find an old bottle of nail polish that you don't want anymore. Unscrew the cap and set it sideways on a piece of waxed paper, letting the contents flow out into a puddle. When it dries completely, peel it off of the paper. Now you can put it anywhere and trick someone into thinking there is spilled nail polish. Works best on something your victim cherishes or on one of their important documents!
Put a piece of bubblewrap under the toilet seat so when your victim sits, they are surprised by a loud POP!
Where Do I Go?
This trick works great if you work in an office building that has two entrances. Print up two signs that say "Please Use Other Door." Put one on each door, with arrows pointing toward the opposite door.
First, take out your friend's drawer. then tape a squeaky dog toy to the inside so that when you put it back and slide it in, it goes, "squeak squeak!" when it's squashed.
Change the victim's homepage to something unexpected. Open their browser and choose Tools->Options and enter the URL for a new page.
Take a Post-It note and place it over the eye of the victim's optical mouse. When the victim tries to use his or her computer, the cursor won't move. Be sure to write "April Fools!" on the note! (Note if they have a standard mouse, you can perform the same trick by taping a piece of paper over the ball underneath the mouse.)
One of the oldest tricks in the book, a make it yourself dribble cup. Use a pin to make a few small holes in a plastic disposable cup. Offer a drink to the victim and watch while the liquid dribbles out onto their shirt.
You can’t do this yourself, but it is funny so read on. Burger King published a full page advertisement in USA Today announcing the introduction of a new item to their menu: a "Left-Handed Whopper" specially designed for the 32 million left-handed Americans. According to the advertisement, the new whopper included the same ingredients as the original Whopper (lettuce, tomato, hamburger patty, etc.), but all the condiments were rotated 180 degrees for the benefit of their left-handed customers. The following day Burger King issued a follow-up release revealing that although the Left-Handed Whopper was a hoax, thousands of customers had gone into restaurants to request the new sandwich. Simultaneously, according to the press release, "many others requested their own 'right handed' version."