Check Out These Over-the-Top April Fools’ Pranks
April Fools' Day? More Like April Foods' Day!
April Fools' Day and Easter collide this year, but that's not stopping these companies from having some fun. Whether they're taking advantage of word play, developing anti-aging ice cream or changing up our phone cases, these companies have us hungry for more food pranks.
It's said we eat with our eyes first. Arby's and Warby Parker are taking that to heart, with the Onion Ring Monocle and beef-hued glasses, made by WArby's (Get it?). Find them at two New York City locations through Sunday or shop the line's other gear online.
Reese's Peanut Butter Crème Eggs rolled their way into the dairy isle at a New Jersey supermarket. Shoppers certainly weren’t "egg-specting" to find that their eggs had been swapped out with candy. Luckily, Reese's caught the reactions on camera as they checked their cartons.
If the Easter bunny doesn't visit this year, it's probably because he now works for FreshDirect. Rumor has it he is spearheading a new line of rabbit-foraged herbs.
White Castle is muscling in with a video promoting tubs of whey powder "made with the power of 27 sliders, and a touch of onions."
Tired of bathing in regular water? It's time for SodaStream's new SodaSoak, basically a SodaStream for your bath tub. If you are "bubbling over" with excitement about carbonation baths, choose from three levels of fizz: Sparkling Bubbles, Dazzling Bubbles and Oh My Gosh! Bubbles.
The FlexChoc phone case's sleek chocolate design — a mix of dark and milk chocolates — coupled with its edible impact technology might just be the only April Fools' Day prank you want in your Easter basket.
Hungry for a Steven "SpielBurger"? Cheeky burger chain Carl's Jr renamed their charbroiled burger for the prolific director in a hilarious series of Tweets this week that even led to a reply from Spielberg himself.
They say loose lips sink ships, but Duolingo is betting they'll learn languages, with the help of Brewolingo. The site pledges that the craft beers will help with language fluency, thanks to "a special blend of Owlcohol and Owlgorithms."
Who's hunting for the soda fountain of youth? Uber Eats has introduced the first anti-aging ice cream, and there's not a wrinkle to be seen in this plan.
The Energizer Bunny is always drumming up something, including a new role as Creative Director at Peeps.