Most April Fools' Day jokes fall flat. More than most, actually. Around 99 percent of these jokes are either not funny or go terribly awry. That pesky one percent that work -- last year's CornHub site or the Will Arnett Netflix farce -- keep lesser jokesters trying.
One Reddit user (rick)rolled the dice on a seemingly harmless office prank. @Bcox2294 shared the story on the subreddit "Today I Fudged Up," where they wrote, "Most April fool's day I don't do anything, but last night I was the last one in the office and decided to prank a few of my less techy coworkers." It's an ominous start that already has you thinking about siding with the victims.