While some of you may not be enjoying your April Fools jokes, we’re gonna go ahead and say that’s because the joke’s on you. Here are a few of our favorite pranksters:
1. Google Nose
Ever heard of smell-o-vision? No? We haven’t either, but Google’s “Nose” will be your number one leader into the smelling future. *wink wink* As advertised, “smelling is believing,” so go right ahead and test out your scentses with Google Nose, we’re sure it’s not what you expect.
2. Bing or Google…. or Bing?
Bing decided to knock out the competition altogether this April Fools. If you search for Google through Bing, you get… Bing? But with a new face-lift that resembles our old friend Google… Hmmmm tricky Bing.
3. Crave Chick-Fil-A on Sundays no more!!
Chick-Fil-A has heard our cries about endless cravings on Sundays when they’re closed. They have finally answered our pleas: Chick-A-Strips and Chick-A-Sticks! These cleverly crafted items are chicken scented nasal strips and chicken flavored gum.
Twitter is now offering a two-tiered service! Basic service: Twttr, is open to all free of charge. What’s the catch? No vowels. That’s right, you heard it. Twttr is a voweless junkyard for all your twttr needs outside of a, e, i, o, and u. However Twttr has promised to give all the users ‘y’ for free. Because “our users come first.” The Twitter with vowels will be available for a mere $5 dollars a month. Hppy Twttng.
Twyttyr? Why byy vywyls whyn yyy gyt “Y” fyr fryy? Syckyrs! #nvwls
— Joan Rivers (@Joan_Rivers) April 1, 2013
5. Last but not least:
You didn’t think Customer Magnestism could let a day as amazingly corny as April Fools Day pass without some kind of prank did you? Thank you for believing in us. At CM, we created your personal guide to “Poking your way to increased Facebook conversions.” It can be done, really! Okay no, not really. But we left you some funny videos to check out instead.
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