Honesty time: We hate April Fools' Day. Not because we're the victim of pranks (our friends know they'll get punched in the throat if they pull anything), but because every single company has to conduct some kind of prank on consumers to try and capitalize on all the buzz surrounding the absolute worst day of the year.
Basically, what John Oliver everything says in his rant about today:
"Anyone who claims to be excited for April Fools' Day is probably a sociopath."
Of all the pranks, the launch of the new app "Dips" is by far our favorite, because every celebrity, from Britney Spears to Jon Hamm, made one. They are all one and a half second long and you get to see your favorite stars do weird s--t like run into glass doors, sing weird songs and dance like idiots. Lookin' at you, Diddy.
8. The Bachelor hot tub
Warner Bros. sent out a press release announcing they were releasing a line of luxury Bachelor-themed hot tubs that come with multiple seating, mood lighting and built in vases to display roses. STD's not included.
9. Google's SmartBox
A really fancy mailbox that Google could definitely get away with selling if they wanted to.
10. ThinkGeek's fake products
This site always has the best April Fools' stuff, but this year we're just pissed that the Voltron Cat Condo isn't real. Shut up and take our money!
11. Redbox's Petbox
Their website now boasts "Top Pet Rentals" like Gone Squirrel, Pig Hero 6 and Goatbusters. Studio executives are probably already planning the sequels and reboots.