April Fool’s Day 2018: Best Jokes To Hit The Web So Far

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It’s April Fool’s Day, which means the internet is going to be filled with companies trying to outdo each other with the best pranks.

Written By Krishna Makwana | Mumbai | Updated On:
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It’s April Fool’s Day, which means the internet is going to be filled with companies trying to outdo each other with the best pranks. Various social media platforms are filled with jokes and sarcastic comments and April Fool's day is usually quite tricky as we wouldn’t know what to believe or what not to believe. These are the most popular among youngsters, who just go ahead fooling everybody and it is best to just not believe the things people say. April Fool's day is one of the oldest traditions and has been going on ever since. Although, a few people take it a little further, and try to fool people which are not needed. 

Here's a list of the top jokes to hit the web so far:

1. BURGER KING

American fast food joint Burger King which is really popular has found an innovative way to make its food even more unhealthy. They had announced on April Fool's day that the Burger King brand is launching a special edition of its Whopper sandwich which will be made entirely of chocolate and candied ingredients.  As far as we would like to believe it's true, it isn’t.

2. T-MOBILE LAUNCHES SMART SHOE PHONE?

U.S. Carrier T-Mobile has all the elements in its April Fool’s joke.

“T-Mobile’s Sidekick gets a remake! Inspired by the past but stepping boldly into the future, it has revolutionary AI, headphones that double as chargers, personalized GPS guidance by John Legere, and more!” their description reads.

3. GOOGLE BRINGS WALLY ON MAPS

In an effort to celebrate April Fool’s Day, Google brought a playable version of ‘Where’s Wally’ inside its Maps app. To play, just open up the Google Maps app on your smartphone and tap on the ‘Wally’ icon.

 

4. KINGS XI PUNJAB BRINGS SEHWAG

IPL team Kings XI Punjab made an interesting announcement on April 1.

5. KARAN JOHAR

Karan Johar opens up about his next project on April 1.

 

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