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For some people, April 1 is just another day. Others see a world of possibilities on April Fool’s Day. You can make this the day to: Install an air horn as a door wall protector, or paint a bar of soap with clear nail polish. Then there are the food-inspired pranks. For instance, replacing Oreo cream filling with toothpaste, or experimenting with mayonnaise-filled doughnuts. (Thanks to boredpanda.com for these inspirations.)
Jason was “fed up with the regular old nitrogen-oxygen blend. “So corporate,” he bemoaned. The article included plenty of photos, including one featuring Jason's "air production machine" and describing his five different air flavors, including Breakfast Blend and Vintage Whiff.
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