Pranks that you will love to try on all your homies!
Get in on the April Fool’s Day fun by lining up some pranks to play on your friends, families, and homies — any unsuspecting victim who needs a good laugh (and who you know can take the joke!). This list includes some of the best April Fool’s pranks of all time, which is super easy to execute and barely cost a thing. And the most important thing is, all of these pranks are 100% safe. So, whether you’re after a gag that’s messy, noisy, silly, or sticky, you’ll find a few here guaranteed to get them laughing. Then watch your back: Pull off a great prank, and you could be the next victim!
This prank’s on the messier side, but it’s super easy to execute: Swap the clear disinfectant within a container of sanitizer for clear school glue instead. They’ll pump out a sticky surprise right into their hands … and wonder why it’s not evaporating as they rub.
Get up real close behind someone and pretend to sneeze — loudly and powerfully. At the same time, let loose with a spray from a water bottle right on the back of their neck.
Yes, the classic baby shower game of melted chocolate inside a diaper works great as a timeless April Fool’s Prank, too. If you have a baby in the home, smear a diaper with chocolate candy or peanut butter; then call in a spouse or child to observe with horror as you taste the mess.
All The Noise
Place bubble wrap under an area rug or a bathmat for a rude surprise when a passerby steps down. This one’s particularly effective first thing in the morning, before your unsuspecting victim has had any coffee — nothing like loud, unexpected noise to wake someone up real quick!
Rubber Band Barrier
Take some time to wrap one of their most essential objects — like the remote control or their smartphone — with layers upon layers of rubber bands. Then watch them try to remain patient long enough to free it.
No End in Sight
What’s more frustrating than spinning the toilet paper roll endlessly in search of the end? Make that exercise even harder by spraying down the loose edge of the toilet paper roll with a bit of hairspray — they can roll and roll, but won’t get the loose edge free before they lose their cool.