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Monthly Jokes from Issue #006 -- March 2010
March 01, 2010

Hello Everyone,

Well i guess the spring is on its way in the Northern Hemisphere, congrats - the autumn is just starting in Australia.

But guess what? Australia is so hot a country that winter is actually the better season here ;-)

Well, March being the month just before April Fools Day, i thought this is a good time to send you a few practical jokes that you may want to prepare for the 1st of April..

(A word of warning.. keep your pranks harmless by doing them in the right place, at the right time and to the right people. I don't recommend you target your boss at work, and don't blame me if you got in trouble.. the following pranks are harmless unless you do them to wrong people). That said, have fun and be creative ;-)


Go to work a little earlier in the morning.

Set you office clocks one hour early and when people arrive, tell them they are late.


Leave someone an urgent message to return a phone call from a Mr. Lord.

Put the phone number from Dial-A-Prayer on this message.

Most city phone directories have Dial-A-Prayer numbers listed.

This also works for Mr. Tim O'Day (time of day) or Mr. Weathers (weather number), as well as Mr Lion (number of the local zoo).


When your victim leaves the room, change his/her Internet home page to something funny.. like and Adult site.


Change their desktop background photo to something funny.. I've heard of someone having taken a photo of their screen with all documents and interenet pages open, then set it as background photo and closed all the programs.


When your co-worker is away from his desk, go into their "Word" program and change the "Auto-Correct" settings to some funny words, so that when they type the company name, it automatically changes the name to a competitor's name.

Add extra letters or reverse the spelling on many commonly used words.

And finally, make some of the most used words to change to "April Fool"!


Pick up someone's car keys and go and park their car at a different spot, then put the keys back.


Get about 50 paper cups filled with about 3/4 of the way up with water and arrange them on the victim's desk, table or floor.

Arrange all the cups into a big cluster.

Now staple them all together near the top of the cup.

Now the victim is faced with the dilemma of how to remove all these filled cups without spilling water all over the place.


After the mail has already been delivered, fill the mail box with ping pong balls or packing nuts.

Then ask someone else to go get the mail.


Glue a quarter to the ground at the mall or on a busy sidewalk.

Cover the coin with a traffic cone, plant, or other object while the glue cures.

Once it's ready position yourself to enjoy the spectacle of suckers trying to pick up the money.

You will notice different styles, i.e. the cool and casual pick-up, the frantic and deliberate attempt, the half-hearted try, etc.

To make it even more enjoyable, stand nearby and tear a small piece of cloth as they bend to pick the coin up.

It will sound as if the victim of the prank actually split their pants and most of the time they will check their rear and leave in embarrasement.


Buy someone a lotto ticket.

The next day, go out early and buy another ticket with the exact same numbers as the winning ticket from the day before.

When the victim of your prank isn't paying attention swap the newer ticket with the old one.

When the person looks in the paper for the winning numbers, he or she won't even realize the date is wrong on the ticket and will believe it is the big winner.


Buy a universal remote control and drive around in the neighbourhood in the evening.

If you see a house where people are watching TV, park close enough and start clicking.

A funny scenario follows but stop before they throw the TV out!


And finally, for the night..

Appliance timers can provide cheap thrills for the practical joker.

Hook up the victim's stereo to start playing something funny in the middle of the night.

Try it on the TV as well or on a bright light; kettle (combined with alarm clock), etc...


Well I wish you good luck ;-) and remember the word of warning - April Fools are fun but not worth it if they get you into trouble.

See ya in the next issue on the 1st of April :-)


1. March 2010

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