So where are all the jokes? It seems there haven’t been as many jokes this year. However, here are some places you can find some jokes that have been aggregated from around the web:
April Fools Day on the Web
Some of the jokes include Google Files screen cleaner, Hasbro ditching Mr Potato Head for Mr Avo Head (avocado), the OnePlus warp car, and 450 pound dog to name a few.
A lot of Australian people were bummed this wasn’t a real thing:
If you have spent anytime in an airport, you see many people congregating by the outlets so they can charge their devices. Well, there seems to be some new pranks going around airports this year. People are putting fake outlet stickers in various places around the airport. Some of these outlet stickers even have a worn-out look to them.
Some people go even farther and put in fake outlet covers with double-stick tape.
You can see some people’s reactions to them on twitter.
Mashable has an article about it
Here is a YouTube video of a fake outlet for April Fools day
Here is one with fake outlet stickers:
This past Saturday was April Fools Day. The Internet wasn’t short of pranks. The Victor crew enjoyed putting together this list of some of them.
Stack Overflow had fun making this video of their Dance Dance Authentication protocol:
In case you don’t know, Stack Overflow is a site that is used by developers as a forum.
Google had fun with Google Gnome, something to make your backyard smart:
Amazon brought us Petlexa
Honda has Horn Emojis