Today is April Fool’s Day – the day when practical jokers and hoaxers get to run wild and have some fun. As always, April 1 has been marked by some hilarious tongue-in-cheek news stories, and pranksters across the world will be enjoying themselves over the next few hours. Among the pranks played so far today are fast food giant Burger King claiming to have created a Chocolate Whopper and a report that Prince Harry’s stag do will be held in a spiritual yurt retreat in Wales. Here are some of the best April Fool’s pranks played today. Do you have a funny April Fool’s Day story? Email [email protected] 14:58 Time to get planning next year’s pranks In case you missed it earlier, here’s a list of pranks that you can prepare for next year’s April Fool’s Day. It includes evil things you can do with Oreos, or by filling doughnuts with mayonnaise. That’s it for this year, see you next April 1. 12:51 ‘World’s first ever meme’ discovered at the Royal Albert Hall Bosses at the Royal Albert Hall claim to have found the first ever meme during excavation works – alongside an item no longer appropriate for public display…. Read full this story
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