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April Fools’ pranks

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For April Fools’ Day, we asked Post employees to share their most memorable pranks — for better or worse.

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Note to self

Ron Charles, Book World editor

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Mini office

Sadie Dingfelder, Express Staycationer columnist

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Mouse trap

James Hobbs, lead art designer for reach

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Honey salt Cheerios

Jenny Starrs, video editor

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Projectors

Fenit Nirappil, D.C. government reporter

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Googly eyes

Andy Braford, designer

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Centipede Revenge

Delia Braford, first-grader

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Class is canceled

Ron Charles, again

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Shrinking bananas

Sadie Dingfelder, again

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Bus fee

Nicki DeMarco, video editor

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Tax return

Austin Graff, talent marketing manager

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Erotic rocks

Ron Charles, one last time

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Now go prank someone — before they prank you.

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