April Fools’ Day is just around the corner… It’s time to tease, play pranks and jokes. On this day most of the people try to make their friends fool by playing some practical pranks, jokes and shouts April fool at them. Do you ever wonder About April Fools’ Day and how its significance came to the modern society? Check out the April Fools Day History, and we have also furnished the Top 5 Tech April Fools’ Day Pranks on this page.
On April Fools Day everyone makes a surprise on each one to make fool and apart from playing pranks know About April Fools’ Day. The custom of playing pranks among each other is recognised everywhere. However, the day includes the Roman festival of Hilaria. In the year 1700, English Pranksters begin popularising the annual tradition of April Fools’ Day by playing jokes on each other. The day is also called as All Fools’s Day which is celebrated on 1st April every year.
The day is celebrated from several centuries by different countries but the exact origin and April Fools’ Day Significance of the day remain a mystery. Historians also linked the April Fools’ Day with the ancient festivals such as Hilaria, the first day of spring in the Northern Hemisphere and much more. From this article, you can find the April Fools’ Day Top Pranks of famous corporate companies and tech giants. The day was spread throughout the Britain in the 18th century. In Scotland, the two-day celebrated were held every year. In the modern times, people have gone to great lengths for celebrating.
Google Express Parachute Delivery
Google Express announced that they would start delivery the groceries and other goods by parachute. If you click on the link, you won’t actually find the parachute delivery. Instead of that, they have listed the items of clothespin and coffee filters that you can make your own parachute.
Brokelyn’s Hamilton Prank
Brokelyn is a web-magazine that publishes about the Brooklyn events. The famous magazine has played a prank that the popular musical Hamilton has announced of holding the free show. Brokelyn noted that the 7,000 tickets available on first-cum-first-serve-basis. They have given the toll-free number in order to book the tickets. The number that provided by the publication belongs to the Donald Trump’s presidential campaign.
Google’s Plastic Cardboard VR Headset
Google Plastic Cardboard pokes fun at virtual reality by introducing the version of Google cardboard. It is totally transparent and while wearing VR headset, you can able to see only reality. This innovative gadget allows the user to view the world in four dimensions, 20/20 resolution and 360 degrees of sound.
National Geographic Animal Photos Prank
Those who familiar with the National Geographic magazine has went on surprise when the channel announced that they wouldn’t publish nude animal photos. All the animals should be fully dressed in order to appear in the publications.
Google April Fool’s Day Minions Prank
Google has always come with amusing ideas for the April Fools’ Day. The company let the users in confusion by playing the ‘drop the mic’ prank in the Gmail. Google has replaced the Send and Archive button with Send & Mic Drop. When users hit the ‘mic drop’ button, Google would insert the GIF of Minions from Despicable Me and Minions movie and the conversion would then archive.