Its April Fools' Day, which means right now the internet is flooded with lies. Going online today is like walking into a funhouse that looks just like your real apartment except you discover everything is made of wet paint and glue and your pants get ruined.
In order to successfully avoid pranks today, it's important to remember that "prank" means different things to different people. For example, to many a prank is filling your wife's jacket pockets with raw bacon. Man, I am THE BEST at pranks. Likewise, for many trusted internet sites, pranking means making up stories that, once revealed as false, will elicit feelings of disappointment, anger, and loneliness in readers. What a great holiday right?! However, possibly the most insidious definition of "prank" comes from those who think it means scaring people until they lose their minds and sh*t themselves, ultimately ending up damaged forever. Case in point, these poor bastards in Japan