From Horrible Holiday Pranks to Fantasy Fulfilling Reactions

By: Laura McQuarrie - Mar 29, 2014
Some of the most well-known ways to prank your children come from Jimmy Kimmel, who encouraged parents to tell kids that they’d eaten all of their Halloween candy, or give them extremely lame gifts on Christmas. Although there are some pretty unhappy kids that star in these videos, they went absolutely viral.

Saying you want to prank your children doesn’t seem like the nicest thing in the world, but the jokes don’t have to be mean-spirited. One of the cutest parent pranks out there is one by Refe Tuma and his wife, who set up elaborate Toy Story-esque scenes with dinosaur toys in an attempt to get their kids to believe the toys came alive every night. If you want to prank your children on April Fool’s Day, have fun, but try not to scar your kid for life in the process.