Cub Scout Pack meeting on April Fools day means we leaders will be having a little fun. All in good taste of course. The fake dog-doo will be moderate and restrained.
My job is to make “raw eggs” refreshments out of pudding and apricot halves. I do it pretty well, if I say so myself. The apricot halves in particular are just wrinkled enough that they look like a raw egg yolk that has set out until its formed a film. If experience is any guide, at least a third of the boys will refuse my raw eggs.
What church-related pranks have you seen? The only other ones I can think of all took place in the Boy Scouts. You’d think a church where members can seriously propose moving Easter because the date is inconvenient would be a church where members would put whoopee cushions in the pews. But they don’t, not in my experience, which is one more thing to be grateful for.
And it goes without saying that every April Fools prank on the bloggernacle has been lamer than lame.