There are certain things that make a good April Fool’s Day prank. To create a successful, never-to-be forgotten joke there should be a feeling of peril, fear and/or shock. Shorting the sheets or putting a fake bug on the table won’t cut it. Those are for April Fool’s Day wimps. A good April Fool’s joke ups the ante.
But there is a line that should not be crossed, especially when it comes to playing tricks on your sweet and innocent young children. You wouldn’t want to emotionally scar them for life with a mean or cruel joke…or would you?
Check out our list of 20 pranks NOT to play on your kids here:nggallery id=’124042′
And for some real April Fool’s Day pranks to play on the family – check out our own Mike Adamick’s suggestions right here!
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