If you look up the word "gullible" in the dictionary, my picture is next to it. 

Last week on the LITE-FM Facebook page we asked what harmless yet hilarious April Fool's pranks you've played on your kids and you guys are super creative! Merri G. grabbed a box of the pop-its that are popular around 4th of July and stuck them in the door hinges in their bathroom and bedroom doors so that they would pop when the door shut. Jennifer C. used one of my all time favorites, replacing the Kool-Aid in the refrigerator with Jello so that it wouldn't budge when her teen went to pour it.  One year Kayla H. took advantage of Easter falling on April Fools Day last year to put together a massive Easter Egg hunt where all 200 of the eggs were empty.

To be honest, I didn't want to leave the house this morning because I'm the most gullible human alive.  April 1 is a BAD, BAD day for people like me.

In 2012, my co-workers decided to capitalize on that character flaw.  Many of you know that I used to work for our sister station, 103.5 KISS FM.  Working there was like being in a constant prank war, so I'm not surprised that Lucky and Nathan came up with something this awful to do to me.  Check out this fun "Flashback Friday" video of them almost giving me a heart attack.

(Some background information before you watch: The station used to have a different frequency and I was engaged to another man years ago.  The wedding they're talking about is NOT the one that I followed through on last summer.)