It's April Fools' day, when everything on the Internet is even less trustworthy than usual. That doesn't mean you can't send your friend a link and totally blow their mind before Gchatting, "April Fools ¯\_(ツ)_/¯."
Just a reminder: The following are all April Fools' jokes, in case you're tempted to quit your job and join the Jedi Academy.
Large Hadron Collider finds evidence of "The Force"
Hold on to your midichlorians. The Large Hadron Collider in Switzerland found something much more impressive than the Higgs boson — it found evidence of "The Force." A spokes-organism commented, "Very impressive, this result is."
Amazon goes vintage
Shop like it's 1999 on Amazon and order some parachute pants and pizza bagels.
Handcrafted leather and wood selfie sticks
Back in my day, selfie sticks were built the right way, not like the cheap, plastic selfie sticks that kids use these days (except at Coachella).
Dragons? New "Nature" paper says they're real
The Khaleesi was right! Dragons are real, according to a new, not-at-all-fake-sounding study from "Nature," which states that "emerging evidence indicates that dragons can no longer be dismissed as creatures of legend and fantasy."
Pssh, Windows 10. Who needs it? Just run your nostalgia.exe file with MS-DOS Mobile.
Search com.google for Google search in reverse
Finally, a viable option for people who Google exclusively via mirrors.
Richard Branson is moving Virgin to Branson, Missouri
The Virgin CEO announced that it "made sense to open our US headquarters in the hometown that bears my family name." Get ready for some changes, Branson! That apparently includes direct flights from Branson to San Francsico and "a new Branson-themed workout that will have gym-goers tossing hay bales and rolling wagon wheels across the gym."
Goodreads launches Kindlr, a new dating app
It's time to delete Tinder. This app from Goodreads matches people by their taste in books and ... wait, why is this an Aprils Fools' joke? Make this for real, Goodreads.
Chop vegetables with the new Samsung Galaxy Blade edge
Play "Fruit Ninja" while actually slicing up fruits and vegetables! This knife has "a set of sensors and algorithms that analyze your grip, dexterity and strength" and a "finger-detection mechanism" so you will never cut your finger. Just be careful when you put it in your pocket.