Practical Jokes and Pranks

To the best of my knowledge I have never done an April Fool’s Day prank. My kids have. We have had the “every sock in the drawer is mismatched” and the “piece of plastic over the end of the toothpaste tube.” Thanks, kids! But have I ever pulled a prank? No…not until I was contacted by Doug from — how could anyone not love this name? The prank, the prank was classic. Interested? Read about it here. I tweeted about it and got several hilariously serious comments. Classic prank.’s Doug contacted me again. You see how I used “” again. Can’t get enough of that name. Doug had something serious to talk about — a product review. Well, anyone who reads this blog knows that I am all about reviewing products!

jerky_com-pineapple-jerkyThe jerky is a thinnish slice of pineapple that has been jerkified. I’m no scientist, but the end result is a delicious, chewy treat.

If I was munching a slice of pineapple jerky while tweeting, my tweet would read: “mmmmm pineapple jerky mmmm mmmm.” I’m a wordy one that is for sure.

Want to try a couple of packs? Leave a comment with an April Fool’s Day prank…help me get a leg up on my kids next year!

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2 comments for “Practical Jokes and Pranks

  1. jerandshae
    August 5, 2009 at 1:43 pm

    My mom loves coming up with pranks for April Fool’s Day. Even though we know this and we live over 2,000 miles from each other, she still finds ways to prank us. I have memories from my childhood of her calling us in for dinner and finding the table set with spatulas, wisks, or potato mashers instead of forks, knives, and spoons. We would have baby bottles or sippy cups for our drinks. Instead of plates or bowls, some would have frying pans, others would have giant mixing bowls, the possibilities were endless. She didn’t stop there. Our food would be different too. Over the years she has put green food coloring in our milk, placed toy flies in ice cubes, cut our sandwiches out with cookie cutters, whatever she could think of that would change the appearance of our food without changing the taste (although I think we ended up throwing out the milk because it looked disgusting).

  2. jerandshae
    August 17, 2009 at 9:58 am

    When this page loads on my computer, I only see one comment. Does this mean I won the giveaway?

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