I guess I have a Facebook account now
Just when I thought I could avoid it forever, it turns out that
Everyone in my family really uses it
To stay in touch. As much as I find
Facebook to be a drain on health and happiness, nevermind
Understanding just how racist your extended family is,
Every old person is almost unreachable unless you
Let Facebook get its icy
CAN'T MELT STEEL BE-
You don't understand how quickly I can whip out the JET FUEL CAN'T MELT STEEL BEAMS scroll. That shit is in my blood. My DNA. My very being.
I gave you 3 whole points because I briefly contemplated pretending to be amused. That's worth something.
Like, if I created an account to make the joke, and then started using the account. Or I just became religious or racist or something.
5/10 means the minimum possible joke that is still actually seen as a joke.
That'll shake things up. We're talking entirely new paradigms.
I guess being the worst, quality wise, april fools thing I've seen the whole day is worth something, but it's not a thing to be proud of.
I avoid it because I know that it would add nothing to my life.
And then, you will join me in bleaching the planet.
Some users, when logged in and looking at a thread, saw options to "delete" or "edit" other people's posts. It looked like it worked. You also had access to "Administration" where you could make all sorts of shenanigans happen if you wanted to.
It looked just like the shoddy back-end that most sites actually have. It actually, for a few seconds, got me. My train of thought was basically:
"Oh, crap, they must have messed up the auth-wait what day is it?"
The Fark prank this year is actually really good.
When you first visit the site today, it shows a weird curry site. But if you refresh or try to visit again, that's gone and the regular site is there like nothing happened.
Your wall and homepage are pretty much useless though.
Anyway, the Smithsonian gets the award for best April Fools for actually uploading a series of recordings of frogs to Spotify.