1. I had a key to my sisters house and a couple years ago went over there while she was at work and opened all of the doors inside her house(not the doors to outside) so when she came home she was dumbfounded and couldn't figure out who did it!
2. I am coming up with a plan but I can't keep a straight face.
1. Not really in to April Fool's, sorry :) 2. My boss is playing a joke on another co-worker so I am gonig to help distract that person this afternoon for a while. It involves a bed pan and apple juice. I work in a hospital! 3. My carpets and my showers. 4. My birthday, anniversary and vacation! 5. May.
1. my family doesn't really do April Fools so the only one I remember was when we were little my little sister put a rubber band on the spray nozzle in the kitchen so when I went to turn it on it sprayed me in the face.
2. No :( I didn't remember til I got to work.
3. I wish my floors would magically be swept and mopped.
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