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Here Are 8 of the Best April Fools' Day Pranks We Could Find

Here Are 8 of the Best April Fools' Day Pranks We Could Find

Fake robberies, incessant beeping, 2,000 people walking backwards in Times Square

Have you had any heart-stopping, brow-furrowing or annoyance-inducing moments today? This April Fools' Day has been ripe with pranks coming from big names like the White House, Google and YouTube. Of course, there are a plethora of videos showing tricks played on people uploaded online as well.

We've pulled together eight of these videos so you can get your April Fools fill in one place.

Here a fake robbery sends a homeowner running through house after the masked prankster (Content warning: Some strong language):

Improve Everywhere used its power of gathering participants to get 2,000 people to walk in reverse in New York City's Times Square. The result confused many:

This prankster puts cards on the parking sensors of his mom's car -- front and back -- so no matter which direction she drives, the alert system would "beep excessively":

If you conducted a Google search today, you might have noticed the curious "Nose" beta feature. Watch how it works:

Here's someone pranking someone else using Google's "Nose" feature:

YouTube unleashed an announcement saying it was really an eight-year-long video competition and that it would be shutting down. Check it out:

This young man thought YouTube was serious about going dark for a decade. "I only have five videos on my YouTube page":

ABC's Good Morning America gave a segment full of April Fools in a feature about gorilla language:

How about Gmail blue? "It's Gmail, only bluer." See how the service is exactly the same as Gmail except it's all a blue that's "representative of nature but is better than what nature created" with a guest appearance by the Blue Man Group:

If you have any good April Fools videos of your own, send them to us at lklimas@theblaze.com.



(H/T: Gizmodo)

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