Thursday, March 27, 2008
Top Ten April Fool's Tricks - April Fools Day Cards
Hi! April Fool’s Day is going to hit the unawares very soon! So be alert and don’t fall prey to the numerous April Fool’s day tricks that your dear ones are planning to pull on you!

A good idea would be to go through something very interesting that I have come up with. Here’s a list of April Fool’s Day jokes. I came across this list quite by chance. So read on, these tricks for april fools day may ignite your own imagination to think in a way more tricky. Enjoy the top ten April Fools day tricks

First April Fools Day Trick
Tell someone you can pin a glass of water to the wall -- a real glass, not a paper cup, using an ordinary straight pin. Naturally they won't believe, so you set out to prove it.
Get a glass of water and a pin. Hold the glass up to the wall and start to pin it up. And then drop the pin. You've got the glass in position just right, so you ask your victim real nice to get the pin for you. When they bend down to pick it up, dump the water on their head.
This works especially well when there's a crowd of people watching. It can also be very dangerous for the joker, so be careful if you try it.

Second April Fools Day Trick
The victim is on the pot in the dorm washroom. Everyone grabs a bucket (we used the waste baskets from our rooms) and fills the buckets with water. Take a paper bag and set it on fire, toss it under the door into the stall. Yell fire as everyone tosses the water into the stall. Needless to say the fire as well as the victim gets very wet.

Third April Fools Day Trick
Slip some of those anti- shoplifting strips into the lining of the victim's favorite jacket.

Fourth April Fools Day Trick
Cut out a silhouette of a gun from metal and hide it in a piece of carry-on luggage.

Fifth April Fools Day Trick
If your milk comes in a cardboard container, add a few drops of food coloring. It's harmless April Fool's joke but the results are pretty colorful.

Sixth April Fools Day Trick
For a fruity April Fool's practical joke, get a few gummy worms and carefully poke them into fresh fruit, particularly apples. Give mom or dad a wormy apple for lunch and leave a few apples on the table for friends and family members to snack on.

Seventh April Fools Day Trick
If you have a sink with a sprayer, put a rubber band around the handle when nobody's looking. This automatically keeps the nozzle in spray-mode. Make sure the nozzle is pointing up and outward. The next person to the use sink will get a splash! Too funny!

Eighth April Fools Day Trick
This April Fool's practical joke is old but it still works. Superglue some coins to the sidewalk or any spot that has a lot of people walking around. Make sure it's an appropriate place. watch people break fingernails to get the coins.

Ninth April Fools Day Trick
Fill a hot water bottle with blended leftovers or even pea soup. Keep the bottle hidden under your shirt near your chest and make a trip to the cafeteria. Your friends need to be in on this prank. When the cafeteria is full, make a loud noise to attract attention, bend over the table and squeeze the bottle. Your sludge should spew out all over the table like you've just thrown up.

Tenth April Fools Day Trick
Ask your victim-friend to put a quarter on a piece of paper and, without removing their finger, trace the coin with a pencil. Repeat the "test" with a few fingers. After that's done, get the victim to pick up the quarter and roll it along the bridge of their nose. Then quietly snicker behind their back as they walk around with a black line along their nose. Don't use a permanent marker because that's not cool.

So, go ahead and enjoy your April Fool's Day with your friends and family !! Gather a good assortment of April Fool's Tricks to play on them. Send April Fools Day Cards personalized with some April Fool's Tricks and have a blast.

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posted by Dave Richards at Thursday, March 27, 2008 ¤ Permalink ¤