The launch of Mighty Mini Meals has been so successful that other food manufacturers are now rolling out doll-scale packaged foods, like this tiny hamburger.
April 1, 2015 Food producers are thinking big by going itty-bitty with tiny fruits and vegetables that aim to tempt young palates. Doll-sized burgers and sweets also offer dieters the ultimate in portion control.
Malaysian pro driver Leona Chin took several driving instructors for a spin for their first day on the job.
April 1, 2015 Leona Chin stalled her high-powered car in first gear and randomly turned the wipers on — before unleashing the skills she has honed as a professional driver. Havoc, and some panic, ensued.
Spaghetti is "harvested" in 1961 from the ceiling of an Italian restaurant in London. A 1957 April Fools Day report by the BBC about spaghetti trees fooled many, and has been famous since.
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April 1, 2013 Google Nose lets you sniff "15M+ sentibytes" via your computer screen. Twttr is for those who only want to use consonants. YouTube closes until 2023 because it has enough videos already. Morning Edition profiles "Hootie and the Time Travelers." The foolishness has begun.
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April 1, 2011 Welcome to April Fools' Day in the Internet age! Ever since last year's April 1st, when Google changed its name to Topeka for the day, I have been anxiously awaiting this year, to see what kind of shenanigans the web's most popular sites would pull.
April 1, 2011 The joke's on you if you forgot that it's April 1. April Fools' jokes are popping up again.
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April 1, 2008 April is the cruelest month.
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