"Eat a bag (or bowl) of dicks" is one of my favourite insults ever but, until very recently, it's been used in a mostly hyperbolic sense. That's all about to change though, as you can now send a bag of gummy dicks to anyone, with instructions on what you'd like the recipient to do with them.
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Happy April Fool's Day! If you're stuck in an office all day and don't have time to organise any elaborate pranks to play on your colleagues, don't fret. You can get into the spirit of the occasion and unleash your inner prankster with these simple IT tricks that you can use on unsuspecting co-workers.
Every year, tech companies unveil new April Fools' Day fake announcements. Some are impressively comprehensive; some are frankly painful. From IPv5 to the Gmail Shelfie, from "Match Of The Day" to iiNet's 'Pet-Fi' and the inevitable Kogan moment, here are the most notable April Fools' Day tech prank spoilers of 2014.
Tomorrow's April Fools' Day, the one day a year that regularly upstanding publications push all sorts of nonsense and pranks are the rule of the day. Aside from offering this as a helpful reminder to take the crazy/exciting/incredible news you hear across the internet tomorrow with a grain of salt, we'd also like to remind you, if you're the pranking sort, to check out these 10 harmless and awesome geek pranks. Be good, now!
Since the dawn of time, geeks have been playing harmless pranks on their beloved (but unsuspecting) associates, and it's up to all of us to carry the torch forward. On the eve of April Fools' Day, when you've got local network access to your coworkers' and family systems, cubicles just crying out to be filled with packing peanuts and webapps that can do all sorts of things automatically, there's no better time to baffle, confuse, perplex, and just plain mess with your loved ones and associates. Hit the jump for our top 10 favourite harmless geek pranks.