Traditionally, it is customary to play each other on April Fools' Day, which is celebrated on April 1. However, jokes can be prepared for other holidays, and even just for no reason. The main thing is that others have a good sense of humor.
Prank-jokes One of them will need two twin girls. A young couple sits down at a public transport stop, while the girl loudly tells the guy, and he is silent, nods and pretends to be tired of her chatter. Together they pass one stop, then the girl gets out, still talking. The most interesting thing will begin when, at the next stop, the twin sister gets on the same bus, says that “she has not finished yet,” and continues the chatter.
April Fools' Day Draws Insert a needle and thread it through the jacket, hiding the entire spool in your pocket. Pull out the needle, leaving a noticeable tail of thread. It is desirable that it contrasts with the clothing in color. When someone notices it, ask to take it off, as it is inconvenient to do it yourself (the thread should be on the back, approximately at the level of the shoulder blades or shoulders). The essence of the joke is that the "assistant", pulling the thread, will unwind the entire reel that is hidden in your pocket.
Pranking Colleagues To dilute the chores of office life, try pranking one of your coworkers who has been promoted. When he comes to work the next day, greet him and ask if his head hurts "after yesterday." Most likely, a colleague will say that he feels great and is ready to get down to business. The prank is for the rest of the colleagues to also sympathize with him throughout the day (whisper to indicate the dented look, offer mineral water, treat him with a tablet of citramone, etc.).
Spectator Draws This draw is perfect for the opening of any humorous or festive evening. As soon as the entertainer greets the audience, a cleaning lady in a dressing gown with a mop, rag and bucket should go on stage. She should throw a rag over the mop and start cleaning the stage. It is advisable that the rag is already wet. To the bewilderment of the presenter and the audience - to answer with a grunt, they say, "they are sitting here, laughing, and I have a schedule." The host continues the program, while the cleaning lady finishes washing, shakes the bucket and pours water into the auditorium. The highlight of the draw is that the bucket should contain confetti instead of water.