Isn’t April Fool’s Day on the internet the worst? Google should hang it up already – they were stale after their first stunt, whatever it was. This is the only April Fool’s Day internet offering that didn’t irritate me:
When we first approached the representatives of international rock superstar Prince to see if he’d consent to being the inaugural subject of our What’s In Your Fridge series, we knew it was a long shot.
We weren’t surprised that we didn’t hear anything back for eight long months. We were surprised when the response wasn’t a curt “no.” Instead, it was: “We have some conditions.”