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Wednesday, April 1, 2009

April Fool's!




Today's lesson featured a mighty funny joke executed by the team of professional pranksters at GymGlish. I found it quite amusing, aside from the fact that I was murdered, which is just a part of the perfume business I suppose. Anyhow, this prank has got me thinking about the best April Fool's jokes that have ever been played on me. Let's see, there was the time that Horatio revealed that he was my father right before he impaled me on his machete, then there was the time that I died after falling off of a giant nose-shaped float in a perfume parade. (I seem to die fairly frequently in early April, I've really got to do something about that). Oh, then there was that time that Susan Bliss seduced me in my office wearing nothing but tube socks and a rain slicker... oh wait, that was real! Hmm... too much information.

Here's your new assignment, staff and faithful blog followers (after you've finished doing your homework from my last post of course): Tell me about the best prank that you've played, or the best prank that's been played on you! Best prank wins an autographed tuna fish.

To your keyboards people!

8 Comments:

Anonymous Hannah Benedict said...

When I was small, I used to eat jammy doughnuts. Once, I was eating a jammy doughnut when little by little I realised that where the jam should be was in fact a big green plastic grasshopper. I was dumbfounded! Years later, my mum admitted that she put it there. Yuck.

April 1, 2009 at 10:02 AM  
Anonymous Hannah Benedict said...

When I was small, I used to eat jammy doughnuts. Once, I was eating a jammy doughnut when little by little I realised that where the jam should be was in fact a big green plastic grasshopper. I was dumbfounded! Years later, my mum admitted that she put it there. Yuck.

April 1, 2009 at 10:02 AM  
Anonymous Brian Jones said...

Of course we shouldn't forget the trick we played on Kevin Connors last year. We bought him tickets to a Golden State Warriors basketball game, then during half-time his name was announced as the winner of a $100,000 lottery. As he ran onto the court, waving his arms around like a madman, the TV screens displayed a message to the audience to say it was an April Fools' Day prank. I bet poor old Kevin can still hear the sound of 18,000 spectators laughing at him.

April 1, 2009 at 11:48 AM  
Anonymous Brian Jones said...

Of course we shouldn't forget the trick we played on Kevin Connors last year. We bought him tickets to a Golden State Warriors basketball game, then during half-time his name was announced as the winner of a $100,000 lottery. As he ran onto the court, waving his arms around like a madman, the TV screens displayed a message to the audience to say it was an April Fools' Day prank. I bet poor old Kevin can still hear the sound of 18,000 spectators laughing at him.

April 1, 2009 at 11:48 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Once, when my two younger brothers and I were childs (we had been 4, 8 and 12 years old) our father told us the good news. During the easter holidays there are special events, today (1st April) there will a helicopter come for free sightseeing flights. The helicopter will start and end at the near busstop-place. He confirmed he just had read this in the actual newspaper (asked to show it to me as the eldest of his children he quite answered, that he just had thrown away this paper). And because we have such a nice and serious father - of course we believed him.... At the busstation we got laughed by some busdrivers and they told us that it must be an April Fool. And as an adult, reflecting these foolish, I must confirm, although this special Busstation isn't small, it is really too small for landing of a helicoptor.

April 1, 2009 at 3:08 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Once, when my two younger brothers and I were childs (we had been 4, 8 and 12 years old) our father told us the good news. During the easter holidays there are special events, today (1st April) there will a helicopter come for free sightseeing flights. The helicopter will start and end at the near busstop-place. He confirmed he just had read this in the actual newspaper (asked to show it to me as the eldest of his children he quite answered, that he just had thrown away this paper). And because we have such a nice and serious father - of course we believed him.... At the busstation we got laughed by some busdrivers and they told us that it must be an April Fool. And as an adult, reflecting these foolish, I must confirm, although this special Busstation isn't small, it is really too small for landing of a helicoptor.

April 1, 2009 at 3:08 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh congratulation! you realy played a good prank on me! LOL!
I love gymglish!

April 2, 2009 at 1:48 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh congratulation! you realy played a good prank on me! LOL!
I love gymglish!

April 2, 2009 at 1:48 AM  

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