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Pornhub, Snapchat, Burger King's Brutal, Terrifying, Funny Prank Difference last April Fool’s Day

By N. Gutierrez staff@hngn.com | Apr 03, 2017 07:49 PM EDT

April Fool’s Day had just passed days ago. Yet, a prank horrifying enough to scare people out of their chairs was done by the prominent porn site, Pornhub. Meanwhile, tech giant Snapchat had been said to own Facebook and Instagram with its hilarious prank. Burger King and Amazon also tweets some of their April Fool's day joke as well.

According to Cosmopolitan, Pornhub had done something that almost made some people have a heart attack. What is being avoided by all visitors of Pornhub had come to life as the website showed a pop-up that showed a message. The message was then showed when a person clicked a video they want to view.

“Thanks for sharing. Pornhub now has automatic video sharing to your social media accounts,” the popup said. “No need to manually share your video to your friends and family ever again because this new revolutionary sharing feature does it for you! Automatically!” Right at the PH visitor’s scare.

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Fortunately, Pornhub had cleared that the pop-up was an April Fool’s Day prank and that their site still remains safe that they are using HTTP protocols. On the other hand, Snapchat had been known to rival Facebook and Instagram since the latter two had been copying some of Snap’s features.

Recode then noted the “chronological picture series” that Instagram, Facebook and WhatsApp copied from Snapchat. Hence, Snap settles the score on an April Fool’s day prank. As a person opens their Snapchat app, a new filter is made available. Yet, the funny take is that the new filter is made similar to Instagram’s feed. The fake Instagram overlay was accessed by swiping right.

Other notable April Fool’s Day prank aside from Pornhub and Snapchat was Amazon’s as CNN reported. Amazon then tweeted that they are launching Petlexa wherein pets could communicate with Alexa. Burger King doesn’t come last as it tweets that they are releasing a WHOPPER™ Toothpaste to let Whopper smell stay in people’s teeth.

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