Long gone are the days when pranks involved a whoopee cushion or hand buzzer. Translation: This isn't the 1950s anymore. People are taking their mischief-making to new heights and the Internet has given them a bigger audience. Since April Fool's Day has become a 365-day event, sit back and enjoy the following videos designed to raise eyebrows and test the vocal cords. (Click each title to see video on mobile devices.)
Job interviewees think they're witnessing the end of Earth in this online advertisement for LG's 84-inch Ultra HDTV.
Tobias Mathijsen gives a 90-degree makeover to his younger brother's bedroom.
James Williams interrupts his girlfriend's sleep with some horror-movie theatrics.
Students at King's College London would make George Lucas proud with this "Star Wars"-style prank on an elevator.
Watch what happens when fast-food restaurant employees think this driver's car has stalled.
Rahat Hossain reveals the car seat costume used in his latest viral drive-thru prank.
See why this guy in Norway is being called the "most easily scared man" in the world.
A Brazilian reality TV show spices up unsuspecting elevator passengers' rides.
LG Electronics gives riders a death-defying scare to promote its new IPS monitors.