Some good April Fools' Day ideas are to paint a bar of soap with clear nail polish and leave it in the shower, fill someone's car with popcorn, and change the time on all of the clocks in the house. These are pranks that are unexpected and surprising.
April Fools' Day is celebrated on April 1 by participating in practical jokes and spoofs. Newspapers, magazines and other print media report false stories on April Fools' Day, which are typically explained the next day. April Fools' Day has been celebrated since the 19th century, although it is not a public holiday anywhere in the world.