Welcome to the international day of distrust for everything and everyone you know. As we are coming to discover, April Fool's Day was both made for the Internet -- and made for the Internet to eventually destroy.
Here are some of this year's early entries:
1) Google Nose
Pick your smell, get your nose against the screen, and get a whiff of whatever crosses your mind. It totally works!
Characters are expensive, and the microblogging network understood how valuable vowels are. See you on the premium account to fully enjoy wrtng wth yr fvrt lttrs. dffclt t frst bt yll gt th hng f t.
Twyttyr? Why byy vywyls whyn yyy gyt "Y" fyr fryy? Syckyrs! #nvwls
— Joan Rivers (@Joan_Rivers) 1 avril 2013
Select the display you want: drunk, mirrored, x-ray. The only time you'll actually need a mirror to read the Daily Mirror.
4) Youtube goes dark
After eight years of loyal time-wasting services, the video hosting site will no longer accept entries and make a massive selection of what the best Youtube video is! It's a suprising quest for quality. What's your guess?
It's Gmail. But it's not regular Gmail. It's Gmail Blue. Step up your game, go blue.