ABC News has dived into the archives of the Museum of Hoaxes to find the best non-foolproof April Fools’ pranks. “Spaghetti trees” reportedly growing in Switzerland in 1957 had many would-be growers clamoring for their own pasta orchards. Other pranks that have successfully tripped people up include a state legislature that changed pi’s value to the “biblical value” of 3, and the development by researchers in Florida of pet Viagra, ABC News reports.
The Best (or Worst?) April Fools’ Day Pranks (ABC News)
April 1, 2013 By Leave a Comment