It's a Hoax

If you're wondering what practical jokes and/or lies have been cropping up throughout history, you can hit the museum of hoaxes online.

I went to college pranks to read about the Rose Bowl Parade prank that 14 students from CalTech pulled off on national television the year before I was born. (Yes, they had TV back then.) I noticed they didn't have the one where a guy from my college managed to disassemble and reassemble a VW bug in the president's office. Nor did they have the mannequin going potty on the obelisk when all the out-of-town preachers were at school for a conference. But those were fun and local pranks. Unlike the ones on this site.

There are whole categories to search. Enjoy.

2 thoughts on “It's a Hoax

  1. I flunked the gullibility test and the photo test there. Jeesh-I'm a sucker.



  2. Michelle, Naproxen is an over the counter drug. I think the name on the original pharm's bottle is Aleve. But I get mine at the pharmacy or WalMart and they have generic naproxen.


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