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Ah, April 1 — the most ridiculous day of the year! Companies and publications continue to shell out valuable time and money creating joke campaigns and fake news announcements (ourselves included). And though Gawker might be less than thrilled, we kind of love it.
If nothing else, it's a great way to start off a Monday morning with considerably lower productivity and higher LOLs than you normally would. These are the jokes from around the web that made us drop everything to see just how deep it went. Impressive stuff, Internet. High five.
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