April Fools & # 39; Day has come and gone, but not without the best of some people. Yes, some of the jokes have failed, as we mentioned earlier.
But it should come as no surprise that many people still fall for these pranks, especially the sophisticated and well executed ones. Many of them are very entertaining, especially when they happen to other people. Here are 10 we saw this year. Which people did you fall for?
10 The Observer reported that an Italian company had created Brexit Emoji and the BBC invaded
The BBC is a master of April fools. One of the best aired on April 1
In 2018 the hunters became the hunted. Observer published a clever blow and the BBC fell for it – on live television.
The Observer reported that a technology company in Gibraltar, Italy had released two Brexit-themed Emoji. They were the Brexit Bulldog for Pro Brexit supporters and the Starry Blue for the anti-Brexit movement.
Roger Johnson and Babita Sharma hosted BBC Breakfast when they adopted the story. They fell for it and could not even hide their love for the two Emoji. This continued until the spectators began to call to say that the emojis were a joke of April fools.
The stations did not realize their predicament until 10 minutes after they first reported on the Emoji. Johnson congratulated the newspaper on his successful prank and moved on to the other business of the day.
Apparently none of the hosts spoke Italian. Had they done so, they would have realized that the sequence of lines in the newspaper "Scherzo Primavera" was Italian for "Joke of Spring". 
9 The European Union said that it switched to dark blue passports
Quiet On Brexit, the European Parliament's office in the United Kingdom teased jokingly on April 1, 2018, that the European Union issued its Burgundy passports for dark blue passports disposed of. She reported that the change would come into effect in March 2019 after Britain agreed to change its burgundy passports into dark blue passports. 
Although it was not mandatory, European Union rules indicated that each member state adopted Bordeaux red passports. All EU Member States except Croatia use Burgundian passports. Croatia opted for dark blue passes, as the burgundy red passports resembled the red ones issued when the nation was still part of Yugoslavia.
8 Elon Musk said Tesla went bankrupt
Elon Musk joined the April Fools joke at Zug this year. He invested a lot of effort in his prank and could even have hired writers from the satirical site, The Onion, to create the tweets sent from his Twitter account. For the April Fool, Musk said Tesla went bankrupt despite several last-minute attempts to raise money, including the sale of Easter eggs.
A follow-up tweet allegedly sent by someone else using Musk's account contained a picture of an unconscious Elon Musk. The caption below stated that Musk was found near a Model 3 with bottles of "Teslaquilla" (a pun on "tequila") at his side and signs of dried tears on his cheeks. On the board was the word "Bankwupt".
In another update, this time on Instagram, Elon Musk uploaded a picture of a bottle of his Tesla Quilla, which even bore the Tesla logo. Some took the prank too seriously and inquired when Teslaquilla would come to the shops. 
7 Google renames itself Googz in Australia
On April 1, 2018, Gabi Conlon, marketing director of Google Australia & New Zealand, posted an entry on the company blog where Google Australia changed its name to Googz. According to Conlon, the name change was necessary to keep up with Australia's "evolving dialect".
Obviously, Australians preferred Google "googs" or "googz". However, Google chose "googz" because "googs" did not mean cool enough and the "s" had too many curves, making it difficult to create a logo. 
Conlon continued the joke with the statement that Google Australia had entered into a partnership with the Australian designer Jazza, a new logo that corresponds to the new name. After months of work, the company decided to simply redesign its former logo by changing the extension "le" to "z".
Then Conlon said the company had changed the logo in their office building in Australia, she added a picture to prove it. New goods called Googz are for sale. At the end of the statement, she revealed that it was an April Fool joke.
6 Courses.com.au began a course on surviving an AI Apocalypse
For the April Fooling of 2018, Courses.com.au revealed the creation of a new course necessary for human survival in the future is when machines have taken over the world. According to the website, robots are expected to rebel in 2022, threatening extinction by 2030. The course included classes in Scavenging Food (SCAV101), Avoiding Discovery (AVDE101), Identifying Intruders (INRU101), and Shelter (SHELT1010).
"Scavenging food" would help find food if the soil of the earth was contaminated with nuclear waste and food was scarce. "Avoiding Discovery" was crucial to human survival because robots were constantly hunting and killing people. "Identifying Intruders" taught the right questions when robots mimic people to gain access to underground human hiding places, and "shelter" was needed to protect people from dangerous acid rain. Courses were able to use certification to make jobs as bunkers Safety Specialists, Mushroom Specialists, Tax Consultant Specialists, Surface Protection Specialists, Battery Boys, Gasoline Aids and Bot Recognition Specialists. The payment for the course could be made with 6.5 bitcoins or 12 big potatoes.
5 Disney buys WWE
This joke came from none of the companies involved. It came from Wrestling News Source, a website dedicated to wrestling news coverage. The site claimed The Walt Disney Company had just bought World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) for $ 5 billion. The sale took place just prior to WrestleMania 34, the largest WWE event for the year, and was endorsed by WWE chairman Vince McMahon.
Many WWE fans fell for the joke as it spread on Twitter. Someone accused Disney of not playing fair, and another wrote that this was the end of the conversation in the WWE. It was obvious that many readers did not finish the article or never followed a link at the end of another page revealing that the whole thing was an April Fool's joke. 
4 Snapchat released a Facebook filter
Facebook and Snapchat were involved in a series of squabbles even before Snapchat co-founder Evan Spiegel refused to sell his company to Facebook. However, Mark Zuckerberg's Facebook went into aggressive mode after Spiegel refused to sell. It copied the Snapchat features including stories and integrated them into Facebook. In the past, Snapchat had beaten off by mocking Facebook about its counterfeit news issue.
In 2018, Snapchat mocked Facebook for its problem with Russian bots and its older demographics. Facebook and Twitter were in the news (until the Cambridge Analytica controversy overcame Facebook) because of tens of thousands of fake profiles operated by Russian bots. Facebook had over 50,000. 
Snapchat created a filter for his April Fool, similar to a picture posted on Facebook. The "Likes" section showed that the picture was liked by the user's mother (written as "your mother") and "a bot". Russia has never mentioned it, but the fact that the font on the filter was similar to Russian ranges from the bots to Russia. The filter was only available on April Fools Day.
3 Netflix said he had acquired Seth Rogen
People who logged into Netflix on the morning of April 1, 2018, were greeted with a banner informing them that Netflix actor and comedian Seth Rogan had acquired. A link on the banner led to a statement and video on the Netflix site where Rogen said he regretted not reading the terms of the contract that led to his takeover. 
One Jareth Chumley, who said to be a Senior Netflix Development Executive, said that Seth had tasted a bit more than a meal of chilli. The joke doubled as a way to increase awareness of a recording of Rogen's Hilarity for Charity fundraising event, which was streamed to Netflix on April 6. The fundraiser should increase the understanding of Alzheimer's disease among millennials.
2 eHarmony has started a service for dogs
On April 2018, the eHarmony dating site announced its intention to start dating for dogs. It was called the "Furever Love" Dog Compatibility Escort Service. The statement quotes a non-existent study that found that 94 percent of dogs were happier if they had a single partner. The study reportedly used barks and tail fronds to measure the level of happiness in dogs.
Human users who wanted to use the service had to create profiles for their dogs and provide details about the dog's personality. The service would then match this dog with another dog while the owners agreed on the date they wanted to meet the dogs. 
The statement added that there were plans to launch similar services for cats, rabbits, horses, sea lions and dolphins in a few months. The cunning ended with her revealing that it was a sophisticated April Fool joke.
1 LEGO Introduced the VacuSort
On April 1, 2018, The LEGO Group introduced the VacuSort, a vacuum that automatically attracts LEGO stones on the ground. According to the company, the machine launched this year will capture, dust and sort LEGO bricks according to their shapes and colors.
Many parents remembered the joke until they realized it was just a prank of April fools. But it did not end there. Desperate parents sent several tweets to the LEGO Group, telling them that this was a product they really needed.