Wikipedia has already listed over two dozen April Fool’s jokes for 2006, read on for our favorites. We’ll start off with this grow your own 1up mushroom kit from ThinkGeek.

From the article: “The packet claims that eating the 1up Mushroom will grant ‘immortal life beyond dreams of man.’ It also has the warning: Do not put in face. To be honest, we haven’t gotten up the courage to eat one yet.”


Buzzaire Caffeine Inhaler

Simply squeeze and than inhale for a 150mg surge of caffeine. There’s also a “hint of peppermint oil in each puff” to jazz things up a bit.

From the article: “But the lung/blood barrier is the fastest way (other than injection or IV) to get caffeine into your system. Not only will you get one heck of a rush, but you’ll also freshen your breath!”


IWOOT Memory Stick

The IWOOT is a 2GB USB memory stick that allows you to “download and upload memory fragments via a temporal lobe sensor” and store them on this device. From the article: “The PC (not Mac compatible yet regrettably) software allows you to store up to an amazing ten years of memories, sort them alphabetically, and even e-mail them to friends and family – though they will need to have their own USB Memory Stick in order to ‘run’ them, as well as your security code to unlock them.”[iWantOneofThose]

MAG KleerDrain Instant Drain Opener

For those with constant drain problems, Woot has just the gadget for you. MAG’s KleerDrain instantly clears any clog by shooting an “invisible missle” of compressed air into the pipes.

From the article: “Not only will it let your drains flow free without dumping a bunch of corrosive chemicals into our water supply, the KleerDrain will also lighten your household with its whimsical attitude toward correct spelling.”


USB Tanning Center

Want a tan from the comfort of your own computer? Than get the “USB Desktop Tanning Center”, it features two base units that attach to your monitor, 4 WOLFFE ultra-violet 100 watt bulbs, and eyeball covers.

From the article: “And while it is very dangerous to the cells in your epidermis, this practice of changing ones skin color purportedly makes you more socially acceptable in general and desireable to the opposite sex.”