Can't help falling for them
|North Front Street in Uptown Kingston this morning, where you can play Pac-Man in Google Maps.|
Sure, there are a lot of terrible April Fools' pranks. It's a tricky business.
Yet, I'd say you're on pretty solid ground if you're funny.
Like Louis C.K. funny, though.
So tread carefully.
After all, only fools ...
The Washington Post has a very comprehensive and growing rolling list of April Fools' Day shenanigans and it's worth a read, if only to avoid falling for one of these things, even though most of them are self-evident.
The Guardian had a live blog because somebody has got a lot of resources for these things, apparently.
The Atlantic thinks the Internet ruined the whole thing.
John Oliver wants everyone to stop.
"I work at a news organization. Should I do an April Fools' joke?"