York, Hanover pranksters that won April Fools' Day
Be careful what you read today. I'm not kidding. There are pranksters all over southcentral Pa. and some of them are pretty convincing. Here are few pieces of news we are a little skeptical about this April Fools' Day.
Last night, York's Royal Square doughnut shop, Glazin,' announced it would be releasing a Taco Donut, for a limited time. It's full of taco goodness and God knows how many calories with that bun. I mean, just look at that photo. Too bad it's only available today. Some of the commenters look like they fell for it. (If you do order the Taco Donut, you won't leave empty-handed. You'll get a Glazin' pin or free Euro-size coffee with a doughnut purchase.)
York City Pretzel expanding
A few minutes before 9 a.m. today, York City Pretzel Company announced it will open six franchise locations. Something about these cities looks a little fishy to us: Big Beaver, Pa.; Hell, Michigan; Boring, Md.; Accident, Md.; Good Intent, N.J.; Oatmeal, Texas.
Timeline Arcade movie
Kevin Smith and Hanover's Timeline Arcade are apparently making a movie together. While we're sure this is a prank, we can't help but wonder how "Arcade Attendants" would have been received. Clearly, it's not suitable for children with an R-rating.
Wait for it
You won't believe what pops out of this Snyder's of Hanover box.
Sunday Funday caps
Today, the York Revolution said players will wear caps with propellers on them every Sunday of the season. The team's General Manager John Gibson said these new hats help players gauge wind speed and have a "cooling effect," according to a statement on the Revs website.
Around the web...
Of course, Google, Thinkgeek, Sony and Groupon are really on their A-game today. I'm sorry. You're going to have to tell your dad Google Cardboard Plastic is not a thing.