High school is always fraught with anxiety, but especially towards the end of senior year. Spring is when most college admissions decisions are mailed out, sealing the fates of precocious teenagers and verifying whether or not a friendless four years of high school was worth it. But because the calendar is mean, decision season coincides with April Fool's Day, and young pranksters don't miss the opportunity to celebrate both things at once. Here are examples of college admissions-related pranks people played on their "friends" and other admissions jokes that fooled the Internet.
1. The teenage dirtbag who created a fake rejection letter for his "promposal."
In a move that is some next-level negging, a dude named Dylan created a convincing fake letter from the University of South Carolina telling his girlfriend that her acceptance has been rescinded. Romantic, eh? The letter includes this charming paragraph:
It saddens us to say that you [sic] admissions is in jeopardy, and we may have to pull our admissions from you due to your poor ethic and attendance. However if you were to just agree to go to prom with your boyfriend we would consider letting you continue to be a South Carolina Gamecock.