I digress.. Because of all these jokes my mom played on me, my main goal on April Fool's day was and still is, to prank her. And I can guarantee you that most of my siblings feel the same way. That woman is either very confident or a bit crazy to get that many people angry at her. I like to think that my tendency to be boring on April Fool's Day comes about from my instinct to avoid being a target for prank playing.
This April Fool's looked to be like another typical, boring, college life one (boring because I no longer live with my mom, and therefore she can't really prank me). However, that night my two roommates informed me that they would not be coming to FHE, because they wanted to go to the movies. Bad move on their part. Thing is, I'm the mom of my FHE group, and as such, get to choose what we do. Once everyone gathered I informed them there'd been a slight change in activities. Instead of playing telephone pictionary, we'd be pranking these girls. One of them came up with the brilliant idea of suran wrapping the car they took to the movies. So that's just what we did.
Soon they left to talk outside my room. After triple checking my bed to make sure nothing was there, I finally climbed into it. I was still very nervous and went to sleep with one eye open that night. Next morning, while getting ready, I opened my closet and found the suran wrap remnants stuffed in there. And to think I lost sleep over that. I think they knew about my fear of retaliation and were trying to scare me. Punks. Moral of the story, it's never worth it to play pranks, unless you know you're playing them against non-creative people such as my two roommates. If you've got a person in your life like my mom, you should probably just avoid all contact until the day is over.