History of the Jokester Day
April Fool’s Day began nearly 500 years ago. When the modern calendar was invented, the start of the year shifted from spring (roughly April) to mid-Winter, or January. Those who didn’t realize the calendar had changes were subject to jokes and pranks, thus starting one of the most popular traditions of the year. We’ve listed a number of April Fool’s Day tricks for you to consider.
According to Deal News, one of the most important things to remember is to gauge your audience. Make sure they would appreciate a good April Fool’s Day prank, and be sure to keep everyone safe and the mood light. One of the best pranks around is writing “PUSH” on a pull door—a simple trick that’s bound to fool a few unsuspecting people.
Another popular prank is to tape over electronic devices. Specifically, you’ll use clear tape to cover the sensor of a television remote, video game remote, or mouse. This simple trick will leave many baffled for a few moments, a light but fun way to celebrate April Fool’s Day.
Finally, consider the anti-prank. This trick is great for those who are already suspicious on April 1. Simply get an empty can and fill it with your favorite treat. As you walk around, in an especially distrustful manner, ask if anyone would like the snack in the can. When they say no, thinking it’s a trap, that’s when you open the can and chow down.
At Cambridge Classic Ford, we love a good prank or two. Be sure to have a fun April 1, but always keep tricks safe and fun for everyone.