So. April 1st has come and gone. Safe to say, it... didn't go exactly as I'd hoped. Most of the pranks bombed. My friend forgot to bring his scary mask, and I made a fatal error with my whoopee cushion.
But most of it was just that the pranks weren't too well thought out. Here's the thing; my whoopee cushion is bright green, and all the chairs in the school are red.
And as it turns out, I'm not that good at April Fool's pranks. So basically, I bombed. It was kind of a bummer. But I did find one prank that worked. I got this little toy bug that vibrated, held it in my hands, and told people I had caught a bug. It worked pretty well.
That being said, this wasn't the best April Fool's day ever. If this seems short, it's because it's mostly to finish a two-part post, and I wish I had a better outcome to tell you. But not to worry. Better things will come.
Colin O'Donnell, an awesome, inventing, gaming Aspergers kid on his various exploits.