Best April Fool’s Prank Yet

A college professor in Grand Rapids, MI has a rule:  If your cell phone rings in class you MUST answer it, and it HAS TO BE on speaker-phone.

One of his students got a call during class.  When she answered it was a clinic informing her that her pregnancy results turned out to be positive.  The professor turned beat red and tried to get her to stop the speaker phone session.

After she got off the phone, the professor publicly apologized.  The student responded with, “its ok I’ve been expecting this and I already know what I’m going to name the baby.  The first name will be April and the middle name will be Fools”.

The class cracked up as the professor got the joke.

James Hetfields’ Black Pearl Car Won Custom of the Year

Metallica frontman James Hetfield’s custom car won Goodguys’ 2014 Mother’s Custom Of The Year award during the Goodguys 32nd annual All American Get-Together in California. The car is a scratch-built vehicle that originally started as a 1948 Jaguar.

The car is called “Black Pearl.” It’s sculpted, handmade aluminum body is inspired by European and American cars of the 1930s.

Under the hood is a 375-horsepower 302 cubic inch Ford V8, but this car isn’t about power, it’s about style.

The Black Pearl also recently won the Sam Barris award as well as the Custom d’Elegance at the Sacramento AutoRama.

Tree Trimmer Got a Chainsaw Stuck in His Neck, Lived To Tell Tale

A tree trimmer’s chainsaw became lodged in his neck…. and he survived.

The 21-year-old Pennsylvania man was halfway up a tree when something happened and the chainsaw blade partially became embedded in his neck and shoulder area.

He was rushed to a local hospital where he had surgery to remove the blade.

Doctors say the man very lucky because the chainsaw missed major arteries and just cut into muscle.

April Fool’s Roundup

Pranking went corporate yesterday. Major companies like Netflix, Lego and American Eagle, all got in on the foolish action.

Here are some of the jokes, gags and scams we found online yesterday:

LEGO offered delivery via turtle to their customers, online.

Honda released a DIY car.

 

Samuel Adams released a beer containing helium.

 

Redbox announced “MoodMatch” to help you find the perfect movie.

Sonic added a “kale cream pie” shake to their menu.

Glassdoor announced that they’d be paying employees in Bitcoin.

 

 

Moshi unveiled the MouseVolt charger — powered by a mouse on a wheel.

 

TripAdvisor recommends family vacations to fictional locations.
Including Mordor, Azkaban and the Death Star.

Chegg offered college courses for the Millennial generation, in courses like Beer Pong.

 

Bravo announced The Real Housewives: All Star Edition

Airbnb introduced AirBRB for renting out your office desk.

 

Men’s Wearhouse introduced the “Ultra Skinny Tie.”

Southwest offered trips to Mars.

Domino’s introduced an edible box.