The thing about pranks is that usually they go wrong. And the following story is only further proof of that statement. The retelling, posted to Reddit's TIFU (Today I Fudged Up) page by user Bcox2294, serves as concrete evidence that April Fool's Day never works out well, it always ends up hurting people's feelings, and inevitably makes the prankster look like a jerk.
"Most April fool's day I don't do anything," the story opens, which is some obvious foreshadowing of bad ideas to come, if I've ever seen it. "But last night I was the last one in the office and decided to prank a few of my less techy coworkers." (The rest of the story is clearly the result of bad karma he receives for lording his supreme techy-ness over his coworkers.) Now, we get into what Bcox2294 does to supposedly prank his coworkers: