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When Easter meets April Fools

3/30/2018 (Permalink)

Don't let the joke be on you this Sunday! Easter and April Fools' Day collide this year for the first time since 1945 ! Therefore - you might want to be careful before biting into a treat.

Some parents are using the unusual double holiday to prank their kids and party guests. The following pranks might not make you very popular at Easter gatherings but should illicit laughter.

  • The easiest trick is to not boil the egg. But the yoke might be on you when you have to clean up the mess.
  • Ever notice that Brussels sprouts are a similar size to cake pops and doughnut holes? Try dipping the green vegetable into chocolate and passing it as a dessert.
  • Unwrap tiny chocolate eggs and put the foil on grapes. But will you eat the chocolate or save for your kids when the jokes over?
  • No one will expect to find peeps in their closet, their shoes, coffee jars, jewelry boxes, etc. This is one April Fools' Day that you can make last as long as you want, with the help of some stale, well-hidden marshmallow treats.
  • Place non-exciting items in plastic eggs. Empty wrappers and frozen veggies.
  • Recycled gifts. Re-gift your kids favorite toys in their Easter baskets.
  • A popular prank is to put jelly beans in the toilet and say they were left by the Easter Bunny. Perhaps, a plumber came up with this one.
  • Make a sponge cake with actual sponges but use real frosting.
  • Instead of something sweet in a chocolate egg, use mustard or other condiments. 
  • Use Jelly Belly Candy Company’s BeanBoozled 4th Edition, which includes 20 jelly bean flavors — 10 classic flavors and 10 weird ones. For example, pick a white jelly bean and it'll be either coconut or spoiled milk.

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