Or April Fools to you semi-literate little webbies. It’s just around the corner and you need to listen up!
That day of all days when making bloody silly jokes is all right.
Only it isn’t. It isn’t funny to send your sister a photoshopped image of her boyfriend in bed with a blonde. It isn’t funny to put an announcement of your mother’s death in the local paper. It isn’t funny to befriend somebody online only to make them the but of your annual ‘humour’ fest.
Just stop it.
It’s not funny. You’re not funny. Leave humour to those who don’t equate being funny with making people cry. Stop being an asshat for ten minutes and consider how you would enjoy being the but of one of your own ‘jokes’.
For those of you who find themselves on the receiving end of one of these gems of sparkling ‘wit’ I have the following advice.
If the perpetrator is an online acquaintance, by all means retweet or reblog the offensive item adding one or more of the following hashtags:
I think you get the idea.
However, should the ‘joker’ be known to you outside cyberspace, vengeance is perfectly acceptable. Consider one of the following:
Itching powder in the underwear.
Chilli in the wine
Pepper in the chocolates
And the classic. A kipper wired to the exhaust pipe of their car
Soooooo. To recap. Don’t do personal April Fools jokes. They are seldom kindly and never funny.
If you do. Expect vengeance…
Have fun until the next thing pisses me off.
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