April Fool's Day makes fools of a lot of us, and undoubtedly always will, no matter how savvy we think we are.

In one instance, a false gorilla story (the language of gorillas deciphered) aired this morning on Good Morning America.

Check out the complete story and video here.

Do you go about your day looking over your shoulder, ready for a prank to strike like I do and then get both relieved and secretly disappointed if no one tries to punk you?

Or are you busy diabolically trying to make co-workers and friends look like idiots?

I thought so.

What's the best April Fool's Day prank you've ever played on someone (or had played on you)?