There’s putting cellophone under the toilet seat.
There’s putting weird, miscellaneous goop on door handles.
And, of course, there’s planting (insert disgusting insect here) into your co-worker’s desk drawer.
All of the above are likely to ensure your prompt termination from most places of employment.
How far is too far when it comes to April Fools’ Day office pranks?
For some good, clean fun, check out what IO Creative Group in York did.
For April Fools’, the strategic marketing and public relations firm posted “5 New Marketing Strategies” for its blog subscribers. No harm, no foul.
This tip is my favorite:
“1. Throw spaghetti at the wall: Instead of planning out your marketing as a result of research and testing, enact every marketing idea you have in quick succession. You are bound to have one or more that come out as winners! ”
Does your office have an April Fools Day tradition? Did you see or pull off a good prank today?