Britain's best (and worst) April Fools Day shenanigans
April Fool's Day is the best (worst) day on the internet thanks to the abundance of unfunny jokes tripping everyone up.
People are losing their jobs over an innocent joke made by Google, we've heard about endless "new tunes" which just turn out to be old tunes by Rick Astley, and every single bit of footy news is likely to be complete bobbins.
In short, don't believe anything you read today. For example:
Netflix isn't making their own version of Star Wars:
No, Shakespeare wasn't a founding member of 80s Los Angeles rap collective NWA:
— University of London (@UoLondon) April 1, 2016
Santander aren't offering 'Santandems' double bikes any time soon:
PornHub actually did strangely transform into CornHub at the stroke of midnight...
But Scotland and Wales didn't decide they were going to be a "country on their own" if Britain votes to leave the EU:
The saddest kids in the world really didn't receive a brand new 'iPad':
Starting to feel sorry for these kids, tbh. pic.twitter.com/1pRcFsa5m2
— Luke Bailey (@imbadatlife) April 1, 2016
Barclays and Boris Johnson didn't announced a new 'Boris Boards' collaboration soon to be hitting the high street:
EU better believe it, Nigel Farage didn't decide he wants to stay in Europe after all:
This dude must be fun at parties pic.twitter.com/wESEco8TPe
— Kate Day (@kate_day) April 1, 2016
Oh yeah, and Canadian Prime Minster Justin Trudeau didn't decided to pose naked for a gay mag:
Canadian PM Justin Trudeau to pose nude for gay mag's body image campaign https://t.co/bRN34s9DBP
— PinkNews (@PinkNews) April 1, 2016
This obviously didn't happen:
And possibly the worst of the worse - the fake proposal:
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