Neil Turner's Blog

Blogging about technology and randomness since 2002

FridayQ: Foolish

Well, happy april fools day everyone, even though it’s now gone midday in most places. Sorry I didn’t cook anything up here – I’ve been rather busy these past few days so I didn’t have time to prepare anything. It’s a pity because the idea I had was pretty cool and would have furthered my knowledge of PHP too. Ah well, there’s always next year I suppose…

FQ1: Something foolish you’ve seen…

Google Gulp, this year’s Google April Fool. It’s pretty funny actually since it also takes a dig at the people who have criticised Google over Autolink and the seemingly-never-ending beta cycle of Gmail: You mean we should cripple a perfectly useful feature just because of a little bad PR?.

FQ2: Something foolish you’ve heard about…

At The Deep this morning, their first call of the day was by someone who had given their name as C. Lion.

FQ3: Something foolish you’ve done recently…

Aw, I’d never do anything foolish, I’m too careful and boring πŸ˜‰ . Okay, maybe cutting a yellow pages in half was a little foolish…

FQ FOOLERY: Tell us of a memorable moment where somebody fooled, punk’d, or pranked you!

For about two years, before I had access to the internet, some friends at school convinced me that Team 17 were working on Worms Football, a football (as in soccer) game with worms where you could also use weaponry against the opposition if need be. Would have been really cool had they actually made it…

One Comment

  1. it’s now gone midday in most places. — no one seems to know the rules ANYWAY! The worms football game seems pretty sweet actually.