Inspired by Jeff's recent post on an Onion article, I'm wondering what would be the best theme park related April Fool's gag that this community could devise.
I'm not talking about some fake news story to post on our front page. I've never been into making stuff up and I don't want to start now. "Fake news" is too much like real life anymore for us to waste time with it in this community, our escape from that real life.
Nor am I suggesting that anyone actually follow through and attempt an April Fool's joke. That's best reserved as something between consenting parties - people who are good for a gag. When in doubt, play it straight. That's doubly true for anything you do in public.
But let's let our imaginations run with this challenge. What would be the most epic, all-time, front page of Reddit, going viral on Facebook, remembered for ages April Fool's gag that anyone - owner, employee, talent, or fan - could pull in or about a theme park?Tweet
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