In case you missed it, April Fools' Day occurred over the weekend.
Not only is it a time when you try and get one over on your friends and family, it's also when major brands try and gain media attention by making fake announcements.
Here are some of the best this year.
Hong Kong Airlines
Hong Kong Airlines announced on social media that they would be serving market style barbeque pork and roast duck. Despite it clearly being labelled a prank, comments online ranged from people wanting it to happen, to people abusing the airline for doing such a thing.
Bored of economy but can't afford business? Virgin Australia released an ad for a new product aimed at gym-goers called 'spin class.' Richard Branson even joined in, saying he couldn't wait to take a spin in the sky.
This prank from Emirates was as big and elaborate as you'd expect from the massive Middle-Eastern airline. They announced a new 'SkyLounge' - part of a plane where the entire cabin is windows.
John is the Key
It's unknown where this image originated, but it gained massive attention on Facebook over the weekend. The post claimed Air New Zealand had purchased an A380 which would be named John Key, and not only that, he would feature on the tail.