Pull a Prank
Unlike most of my friends, I spend my spring break at home. Aside from doing things like homework, I spend a lot of my time watching TV shows on Netflix or hanging out with whichever friend still in town.
If I'm not binge watching some random show on Netflix or dragged out to somewhere in the city by my friends, I might spend my time doing things like drawing, reading or writing. This spring break, I'm hoping to get a lot more reading done, and maybe even spend a little more time outside, as I mostly find myself indoors a lot of the time.
Recently, I started reading The Rule of Three by Eric Walters, a trilogy. I recommended it to anyone looking for a good adventure or apocalypse novel/series.
By the seventh day of Spring break, you may be finding yourself with either a week full of experiences, a handful of finished TV shows, or a day reserved for homework just in time for going back to school on Monday.
This year, the seventh day of Spring break falls on April 1st.
April Fools' Day is celebrated every year on April 1st by playing jokes and pulling pranks on friends and family.
As well as people playing pranks on one another on April Fools' Day, hoaxes and jokes have appeared on radio and TV stations, newspapers, web sites, and have been carried out by large corporations.
Here are some simple and fun pranks to pull on your friends and family.
Fill a room with cups of water everywhere, covering all flat surfaces, making it very hard to get through without spilling one, drinking some, or slowly getting rid of them.
Scoop out the cream in Oreos and fill them with toothpaste.
Fill a donut with mayo.
Make a Caramel Onion. It's basically a caramel apple but with an onion.
Fill an entire room with balloons.
Put Gatorade(trademark) in a Windex(trademark) bottle.