Palo Alto Weekly

Spectrum - March 26, 2010

Streetwise

Interviews by Mike Lata. Photographs by Vivian Wong.

What is the best April Fools' Day prank you've heard of?

Asked on California Avenue

Sabrina Davas

Student

Stanford University

"I knew someone who sent her boyfriend a Fathers Day E-card on that said she was pregnant."

Cornell Stone

Restaurant Employee

Farrington Way, East Palo Alto

"The way someone got me good was he told me someone was hurt over the phone and once I got there nothing happened. It was a rush at first driving there."

Princess Kyana Walker

Student

California Avenue, Palo Alto

Putting salt instead of sugar so they put it in their coffee."

Meghan Jieber

Student

Almendral Avenue, Menlo Park

"When I was in Hawaii we've "teepeed" our families condominium."

Nat Johnson

Software Engineer

Camrbidge Avenue, Palo Alto

"I always enjoy thinkgeek.com and they always have April Fools' products as pranks. Last year the response was so positive for one it became a product. It was like one of those Tauntaun sleeping bags, like Luke Skywalker slashed through in 'Empire Strikes Back.'"

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