Suncat Chit Chat : What's your best April Fools' Day story

By Jonathan Baca, Copy Editor

Chris Barrios, Nursing Major and Desiree Garcia, GED certificate “We’re going to tell everybody that my girlfriend here is two months pregnant. We’ll tell everyone the truth at the end of the day.”
Chris Barrios, Nursing Major and
Desiree Garcia, GED certificate
“We’re going to tell everybody that my
girlfriend here is two months pregnant.
We’ll tell everyone the truth at the end of
the day.”
that was actually meat loaf, frosted with mashed potatoes.” William Walker, Veterinary Tech major “To my friend Josh, I unscrewed the cap on the shower head and then I put blue hair dye in it, and then when he took a shower in the morning it dyed his skin blue. I turned him into a smurf.”
William Walker,
Veterinary Tech major
“To my friend Josh, I
unscrewed the cap on
the shower head and
then I put blue hair dye
in it, and then when he
took a shower in the
morning it dyed his
skin blue. I turned him
into a smurf.”
Thomas Richardson, Engineering major “In grade school my mom switched our alarm clocks to say it was the time for the bus and woke us up at 2 o’clock in the morning, and we got up frantically to catch the bus. And we stood there waiting for it until she said ‘April Fools’ Day!’”
Thomas Richardson, Engineering major
“In grade school my mom switched our
alarm clocks to say it was the time for the
bus and woke us up at 2 o’clock in the
morning, and we got up frantically to catch
the bus. And we stood there waiting for it
until she said ‘April Fools’ Day!’”
1 3/24/14 3:19 PM Michelle Abbott, Veterinary Tech major “My aunt Cathie’s doctors April Fooled her and made her think that she had two baby girls, and wrapped her newborn son into a pink blanket, and didn’t tell her until she changed him. It was a good joke.
Michelle Abbott, Veterinary Tech major
My aunt Cathie’s doctors April Fooled her
and made her think that she had two baby
girls, and wrapped her newborn son into a
pink blanket, and didn’t tell her until she
changed him. It was a good joke.
Katie Thompson, Undecided major “We served our kids a dinner that looked like dessert and a dessert that looked like dinner. So we got some ice cream and made it look like a baked potato, with sour cream that was actually whipped cream and coconut akes that looked like chives. And then for dinner we had a cake that was actually meat loaf, frosted with mashed potatoes.”
Katie Thompson,
Undecided major
“We served our kids a
dinner that looked like
dessert and a dessert that
looked like dinner. So
we got some ice cream
and made it look like
a baked potato, with
sour cream that was
actually whipped cream
and coconut akes that
looked like chives. And
then for dinner we had
a cake that was actually
meat loaf, frosted with
mashed potatoes.”

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