The advent of April in the United States usually brings the impending tax day to mind. In the UK when April rolls in, it means the media goes overboard with April Fool’s jokes. Here’s a smattering of the silliest from Britain’s most serious media outlets.
From the Telegraph: transparent Marmite, Yessus Juice, prison release voting app, Burger King cologne (for men).
From the Guardian: Jeremy Clarkson and fossil fuel divestment.
From the Independent: a round-up of the best gags, including the proposed Edinburgh suspension bridge featuring a gap, Simon Cowell’s effigy on the new £5 note, grocery store aisle trampolines for the short of stature.
Image: Hailo’s new piggyback rideshare service.