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I once fooled DH into thinking I had adopted 4 puppies. He was pretty relieved when he found out I was joking. The next year he fooled me into thinking we were going to move to Africa...it was like a week long prank and very well thought out. If I hadn't been so impressed by his ability to pull it off I would have been flaming mad!
My favorite April Fools story is...My dad is a huge jokester, especially on April Fools Day. Well way back when, after subjecting my mother to a day of what probably consisted of joke after joke after joke, he proposed to her, seriously...and she thought it was an April Fools joke. It took him a while to convince her he was serious, hehe. I still get a laugh out of that story!
I generally don't like April Fool's much, for ones that are really dragged out. Also probably because I'm really gullible and will believe anyone. So luckily I haven't had any major pranks pulled on me. And I also am bad at keeping a poker face, so if I do a little one, like I did this morning to DH, I burst out laughing right away.
Location: Bossier City, Louisiana(missing Aviano, Italy)
My dad and I used to play elaborate jokes on my teachers and friends in school when I was in High School. Yeah that was the best.
My dad is such a good sport on April Fools day, he was married today 26 years ago and divorced 18 years ago today. I even called him today and told him that I got a letter from the state of Nevada saying that his divorce was invalid since he forgot to sign or initial one of the papers. He thought it was a good laugh. It was fun too because I did a double and told hime that his flight to Italy got cancelled because they overbooked (he's coming to see us in 9 days for 6 weeks so exciting). He sounded like he was about to cry, poor guy, my husband started laughing in behind me and ruined most of the joke though.
I don't recall anyone playing one on me. Though my husband tried to tell me that he'd be deploying next week, haha, funny when right now and where we are there is no way he's leaving this base until the Libya thing is over, too much going on here.
My sister and I get my parents every year. Last year we told my dad that my sister's car was vandalized while she was at work (he owns the car). I called him pretending to be the insurance adjuster, gave him a hard time, mispronounced his name, etc. He immediately called my sister freaking out.
When I was living in an apartment I was allowed to have two pets and I exceeded that limit. My parents were always paranoid I would get caught. So of course we told them that I had been caught, but because of the bad weather the notices they had posted on my door blew away and I had accrued $3000 in fines. They were in a panic!