April Fool Questions (Inspired by the man on the radio)

The first of april…

A day for fools.

Are you playing a trick on someone today?

Are you planning on pulling a prank today?

Is the trick a classic?

Like putting a whoopee cushion under a chair and waiting for someone to sit down on it-watching their embarrassed faces since the believe they farted?

Or giving out a snake-in-a-can?

Or going to the McDonald’s ordering but drive away without paying?



Is the prank a classic?

Like running into the house with a clown mask on, waking everyone up in the early morning to give them a fright?

Giving out something that looks like chocolate but isn’t?

Wanting a fake divorce from your newlywed partner?

Is the plan to do these just to humiliate someone?

Have you been trying to fool yourself that you like yourself?

Is this the way you show you don’t?

How do you know when you’ve crossed that line?

When things go from fun to mean?

From fun tears to upset tears?

From fun tears to upset tears?

Is this all just a way to get away with how you truly feel?

If so…

how will you cross that line and not look like a fool?

A day for fools…

The first of April.



Filed under Mr. Stacker

7 responses to “April Fool Questions (Inspired by the man on the radio)

  1. chapmandev

    Deep on so many levels.

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  4. Hmmmm. I used to do cruel jokes. Stopped. Now crossing that day off the calendar.

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