April Fool’s Day
11 Harmless Pranks You Can Play and Not Get in Trouble
I have always loved April Fools' Day. One of my oldest and fondest memories is when I was a kid and every single year on April Fool's Day my grandmother would call me first thing in the morning. She would breathlessly say: "Quick look outside! It snowed last night!"
In my groggy state I would rush to the window only to see once again (before I was even fully awake) my own grandmother had pranked me! It rarely snowed in that part of the Midwest in April, but it was all good, clean fun.
Below is a collection of YouTube videos that are also good clean fun. Don't worry if the kids or grandkids are looking over your shoulder when you watch them. (They will get some ideas, however)
The first video is from a guy named Kip Kay. Everything he does is simple, inexpensive and very clever. Kip Kay has been making money on the Internet for several years. And I do not mean chump change either. According to Wikipedia Kip Kay has earned over $100,000 in multiple years by producing very short tips, tricks, and how to videos and putting them on his website and YouTube channel.
His videos have had over 400 million views and he has over 1.3 million subscribers. What are you doing to take advantage in your business of the power of video and audio?
Kip Kay apparently has a buddy called "The King of Random" that does something similar with video. Here is a collection of his best April Fools' Day pranks.
Over one hundred thousand people have viewed this well produced video of the top 10 best ever April fools pranks. Most of these are media and marketing that have some very clever people that got them on the radar screen. All in good fun of course.
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