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Nothing is sacred in Asia on April Fools' Day

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Shudder. April Fools’ Day is upon us. The one day when you can’t trust anybody, not even the person who gave birth to you and put you through college.

It’s also the one and only day when brand marketing peeps gleefully get to put their “evil genius” minds to work to come up with the best possible “gotcha” pranks to get our knickers in a twist.

Here’s a roundup of our favourite jokes that made us wish we thought of them ourselves. ‘Til next year!

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It was confirmed on Friday morning that the whole campaign was just an elaborate joke lah.

The world’s first ghost-catching device

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