Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Your Hair Is the Color of Tomoto Soup

April Fool's day was a day of craziness when I was growing up. You had to watch out for PJs that were hand sewn together loosely enough that you would become entangled in the threads and couldn't get your pajamas on quite right, cotton cooked in waffles or pancakes, salt where there was supposed to be sugar, etc. You get the idea. None of the pranks were harmful, just good clean silly fun.

Tip Junkie posted some ideas that would be fun to try. Rachel blogged about some more ideas. Martha Stewart chimed in with some good things too. In case those aren't enough, you can read about 100 April Fool's Day hoaxes.

Our Tech Team added ads to our Dashboard at work, saying it was a little something to supplement the company's coffers in the economic downturn. Our Front Office team changed everyone's phone names to something funky and made me Mushkababa today in honor of our volleyball days.

Now, who can I find that would be unsuspecting...

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