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: 5 Soda Pranks You Must Try!

Video: . ?The following are 5 practical jokes you can set up on your friends and family, All these pranks involve sodas so make sure you have a few handy if you want to try out these pranks. Just a little warning, 4 out of the 5 pranks showcased in this intractable are pretty messy so prank at your own risk.

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: Prevent airplane seats from reclining

There just isn't enough space on airplanes for any one, even those on the shorter end of the spectrum. Top flight nightmares are usually being seated next to a screaming child, a person of large girth, or behind that jerk who reclines their seat for the entire flight. Most people aren't going to respond well to even polite request for courtesy, so that's when a little chair subterfuge comes in handy. Come prepared with a plastic zip tie and this simple trick. Watch this pranking tutorial and ...

How To: Repel steam from mirrors with write secret messages

Tinkernut shows you how to repel steam from mirrors and windows by using shaving cream. Believe it or not, shaving cream is an excellent way to prevent mirrors or windows from becoming fogged over. Just smear shaving cream over the window/mirror and wipe it off using a damp cloth. It should now prevent the window/mirror from becoming fogged over from steam. If it wears off, just repeat the process. Use this as inspiration for one of your April Fools Day pranks!

How To: Make a really loud annoying noise by blowing on paper

There are a lot of videos, many on our site, that will teach you how to make poppers or other types of noisemakers with paper. This one stand out from the pack though both in terms of loudness and technique. This video will show you how to make a piece of paper into an extremely loud and annoying whistle just by cutting some holes in and folding it. This is sure to aggravate anyone around you cheaply and easily.

How To: Nugget a backpack

Nuggeting is a popular craze hitting schools everywhere. It involves stealing a backpack, removing the contents, turning it inside out, and replacing the contents. The victim will soon find that their backpack has been turned in to a "nugget." This is a great prank for the school classroom. Use this as inspiration for one of your April Fools Day pranks!

How To: Drive your friends crazy with a fishing pole prank

When you're out fishing, you're probably more concerned with just hanging out with your buddies and having a good time than your are with actually catching any fish. But if you've got one person in your group who takes the actually fishing element of fishing (the boring part) waaaaaay too seriously, try pulling this prank on them! They do have to have a long pole, but if they do all you have to do is quickly tap the end of their pole, which should wiggle it enough to make them think they have...

How To: Play a word play scam / trick on people

Not all Roman alphabet letters are created equal. Some are used much more than others, as becomes readily apparent in this mind game / brain teaser / scam. It involved compelling people to list words that lack certain letters, without which words all but cannot be made. Watch this video to learn how to play this trick on unsuspecting (and preferably pretentiously wordy) friends or enemies.

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