People seem to either live for April Fools’ Day or live in abject terror of it. If you happen to work in brand marketing, you’re probably one of those who enjoys it. For years, brands big and small have seen the prankster holiday as a way of drumming up attention by offering some sort of goofy new product. Let the examples in this gallery remind you, if you see a brand promoting some outrageously dumb product anywhere near April 1st, you know they be trollin’:
Thanks to Ad Week and Forbes for providing some of the April Fools brand pranks used in this gallery. If you still want more prankery, then check out the best >pranks to pull in your office — assuming you work in a cool office, or brand slogans if marketing was honest!