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WASHINGTON – It’s all fun and games until someone gets fired.
While you may be tempted to pull an epic prank at work this April Fools’ Day, thinking twice could save your job.
Before placing that whoopie cushion on the boss’s chair, workplace experts at AOL Jobs suggest evaluating your planned prank:
More than two-thirds of advertising and marketing executives consider pranks inappropriate for the office, according to a 2010 survey from The Creative Group, USA Today reports.
Here are a few ideas from Live Playfully that may be less likely to get you fired — even so, proceed at your own risk:
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