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During this festive day, newspapers and the media around the world also pull pranks by publishing fake stories. For instance, in 1957, BBC pulled a prank on its viewers by showing Swiss farmers picking fresh spaghetti from their farms. After the broadcast, people called BBC with requests that they want to purchase a spaghetti plant. What they never knew was that it was a hoax!
The Guardian also pulled a prank back in 1977. They published a feature about the fictional San Serriffe islands located in the Indian Ocean. In the travel feature, the Guardian added adverts from Kodak who were also in on the joke. Today, it is regarded as the best April Fools prank ever to be pulled by the Guardian.
Burger King also pulled an April Fool’s prank back in 1999. The prank which was titled as the “Left-Handed Whopper burger” is still remembered even today. Burger King started by taking a full page advert in USA Today with the goal of promoting their “new product.” In the advert, Burger King announced that the “new product” was loaded with ingredients and condiments in the reverse direction. As a result, the weight of the sandwich was skewed to the left.
In 2013, YouTube also pulled an April Fool’s prank. They teamed up with The Onion, a satirical website. The YouTube video titled “YouTube’s ready to select a winner” was published by the company. Since the site was running a competition at the time, they announced that all the entries had been received and now they will be closing down YouTube.
Today, it has become a tradition for people around the world to pull pranks of harmless varieties on April 1st on people who are dear to them. During this festive day, people plot and scheme finally sending the little kid in them on a fun rampage. On that day, it is quite difficult to trust anyone close to you for fear of being pranked.
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