Pranksters share their top tricks
WITH April Fool's Day only one sleep away people are starting to wonder what great and creative white lies they can expect to have family, friends and strangers try out on them this year.
Classics include broken bones in fake casts, sugar in the salt shaker or salt in the sugar shaker.
Young funsters Dylan, 8 and Landon Moore, 5, love playing practical jokes on one another and sometimes their unsuspecting mum.
"We got a showbag from the show that had cool joke stuff like dirty soap which makes you dirty instead of clean when you wash yourself," Dylan laughed.
"And there was a bag with a rattlesnake in it which scares Mum," Landon added.
Yesterday some Warwick teens confessed to a few of the successful pranks they had played or had seen played.
Aden Howard: In 2010 all the Year 6 students at St Mary's were in on a classroom switch that had teachers tricked, but only for a short while.
Michael Watt: Last year I put flour on top of a friend's mum's ceiling fan and she wasn't too impressed when she turned it on.
Jesus Baston: I purposely left my skateboard at the top of the stairs and my uncle stood on it and went crashing to the bottom. He was fine though.
Brady Stewart: My friend's mum wrapped under the toilet seat in glad wrap so when he went to the toilet - you get the idea - and it didn't end well.