14 April Fools Pranks That Prove Australia Has The Best Sense Of Humour


14 April Fools Pranks That Prove Australia Has The Best Sense Of Humour


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These flavourful lipsticks from Nandos, which honestly sounded terrifying.


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They were supposedly meant to be worn while you were eating to ~increase~ your flavour experience.

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This genius Napdesk from Groupon, which even had a built-in boss sensor and alarm.


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This interstate food delivery service from Virgin Australia, which would have made you even lazier than you already are.


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This height verification feature from Tinder, which would have put a stop to all those sneaky height-fishers.


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This all-terrain wedding dress from Kathmandu, which would have looked perfect regardless of the weather.


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This volcanic warning from National Geographic, which explained the REAL reason behind those Sydney light rail delays.


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This purrfect announcement from NSW Police Force, which ended up being too good to be true.

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This Brexit-inspired sale from Webjet, which would have resulted in ONE DOLLARYDOO flights to the UK.

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This new McPickle burger from McDonalds, which would have made every pickle lover’s dream come true.


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This new exhibition from WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo, which would have featured the ever iconic bin chicken.


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This campaign to change the town of Orange’s name to Pink, which is honestly such a vibe.


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And this pick-your-own-pet system from Sparrow, which would have seen new employees be paired up with a furry friend.


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CAN THIS STILL BE A THING??? Pleaaaassee.

See ya next year, April Fools.


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