Survive April Fools' Day in Australia with this handy prank guide



Like clockwork every year, April Fools’ arrives and the Internet is saturated with a gluttony of jokes from people trying to take advantage of the less fortunate. For most, it is the worst day of the year. For companies, it is the only day they get to try and be funny. 

From Virgin’s kids class to burrito dating apps, you can bet that a few of the pranks rolling out this year are as predictable as ever. Then we heard about the island where you can escape from Donald Trump, and it gave us hope for creativity and the future of humans. 

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Source: Mashable