Gmail kicked off the prank pulling a day early, unveiling on March 31 its new feature: the Shelfie -- the SHareable sELFIE.
Because so many users make selfies their Gmail background, or custom theme, Gmail decided to give them a way to share those images.
"Gmail Shelfie is built on the idea that you shouldn’t be selfish with your selfie," software engineer Greg Bullock writes on the Gmail Blog.
"With just a few clicks, your mom, your aunt, or that girl you have a crush on can set your Shelfie as their Gmail theme so they can enjoy checking, reading, and writing emails while seeing your friendly face in the background."
The white drone hovers nearby, always waiting for the right opportunity to snap a photo of you.
The #SelfieBot's tagline? "Always watching for life's most precious moments."
Fruit of the Loom Undie Iron
Fruit of the Loom solves that pesky problem of getting the wrinkles out of your undergarments with its Undie Iron.
The USB-compatible device fits on one finger and comes in three finger-flattering colors: aqua, lime and canary.
However, the iron does come with one major warning: "Please do not iron underwear while on your body."
Reese's Peanut Butter-Less Peanut Butter Cups
Reese's tweeted an ad for its popular peanut butter cups promoting a new variety of the treat: the peanut butter-free peanut butter cup.
The brand, however, was careful to include a disclaimer: "April Fools! (Phew.)."
The move was met with a strong reaction from PB cup faithfuls.
@ReesesPBCups Nooooooooooooooooooooooooo!!!!!— Chevy Thunder (@ChevyThunder55) April 1, 2014
@ReesesPBCups too far. Just way too far— Nicolina (@nicolinaojala) April 1, 2014
Baskin-Robbins' Mint Chocolate Chip
The ice cream company made a shocking confession: it would no longer be serving its signature 31 flavors.
Mint chocolate chip, it had decided, was a bust.
@BaskinRobbins This just scared the living hell out of me!— Lisa (@crazykarafan) April 1, 2014