How To: Put a condom over your head

The demonstrator claims putting a condom over the head is the right way to practice safe sex, but please, don't listen to him. It is however, a pretty good practical joke to get a laugh. Learn how to pull a condom over your head, inflate it, and even pop it, by watching this prank-making instructional video. Use this as inspiration for one of your April Fools Day pranks!

How To: Make someone faint

This is NOT fake. To make someone faint, first have them squat down and breathe in deeply for about 10 seconds. Then, have them stand up straight against a wall and hold their breath. Get someone else to push hard against their chest. The person standing should then lose concsiousness for a few seconds! WARNING : This is dangerous and I am not responsible for any injuries/deaths that may occur. I do NOT encourage you to try this. Use this as inspiration for one of your April Fools Day pranks!

How To: Do the Land O'Lakes Indian Butter (Boob) Trick

The artwork for Minnesota's Land O' Lakes butter packaging is classic, dating back to 1928 when it was first created by Brown & Bigelow illustrator Arthur C. Hanson. The logo was updated ("modernized") once in 1939, again in the '50s, and has undergone minor modifications here and there since. The legendary packaging is good for two rather nerdy tricks: A) a very trippy optical illusion and B) a very infantile boob illusion.

How To: Build a portable stink pen

In this how-to video, Kipkay shows you how to build a portable stink pen and you need a cheap pen, a bobby pin, and matches. Take apart the pen, save the spring, put the bobby pin through the center of the pen, and bend the edge of the bobby pin. Pull the pin back to fire and create one gross smell. Watch this video pranking tutorial and learn how to build a portable stink pen for practical jokes. Use this as inspiration for one of your April Fools Day pranks!

How To: 5 Mean Shoe Pranks You Must Try

The following are 5 pranks you can set up on your friends and family using their shoes. They're quite funny and to prepare these pranks all you really need are a few household items and a couple other things you can get at your local dollar store such as party snaps and party poppers. You'll also need access to your friends' shoes.

How To: Prank someone's door with packing peanuts

Use clear plastic wrap to create a barrier between the door and the wrap. Then fill the inner partition to the max with backing peanuts! You can get these easily in huge trash bags from the Barnes & Noble dumpsters, or from somewhere else. When you get the thing full, knock on the door and wait for the fun! Use this as inspiration for one of your April Fools Day pranks!

How To: Prank Someone with an Exploding Water Balloon in the Fridge

The fridge is one of the most excruciating things to clean, so it makes the perfect target on April Fool's Day. For this prank, just fill up a water balloon with whatever you want, lay it softly in one of the shelves on the door, and close the door with the untied end of the balloon stretched out so that the door will close and seal it. When your victim opens the fridge, it'll explode all over them. Simple and effective. Watch to see exactly how it works.

How To: Pull the Hacked Calculator Prank

YouTube exclusive! Hack a calculator to make crazy sounds or say wacky things just for fun. All you need is a cheap calculator and a message recorder. Kipkay mods the microphone and speakers on the recorder. There's a bit soldering involved. You splice the two electronics to rewire the calculator and drive your friends nuts. Use this as inspiration for one of your April Fools Day pranks!

How To: Spot a liar by learning to recognize facial signs and vocal cues

Determining whether someone is lying or whether they lie consistently is one of the most important skills that you can have. This video features two experts on lying: a Hastings University law professor and Scam School host Brian Bushwood, explaining all sorts of signs you can look for to determine whether someone is lying or experiencing a strong emotional response to what you're saying. These include facial expressions, tone of voice, and hand gestures.

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