Did you fall for any of these April Fools' Day pranks?

Be Careful, April Fools' Day Is Alive And Well
Be Careful, April Fools' Day Is Alive And Well

Today's the day you can't really trust anything you see on the Internet. It seems the only way to not get pranked somehow is to not leave your house.

Researchers at CERN, for example, confirmed the existence of the Force this morning, which we would be more than happy to take at face value.

"Practical applications so far include long-distance communication, influencing minds, and lifting heavy things out of swamps."

Google continued its storied April Fools' history with Google, which is exactly what it sounds like: all of your search queries end up backwards.

There's now a pac-man overlay on Google Maps, as well, because why not.

Uber announced plans to deploy boats to the streets of Bangkok. Not the city's waterways, but its streets.

Spinning off Uber, Groupon announced its own ride-sharing service Grouber. The drivers are cats.

Even T-Mobile is in on the fun, with a new $5-per-line add-on to get your family pets included in your wireless plan.

Tom Brady also took part, terrifying his fans with this photo.

So consider this your warning: remember to be even more skeptical than usual when it comes to the Internet today. If it sounds too good or too crazy to be true, it probably is.

Check out a few more pranks!

Bob Barker is (not really) back on 'Price Is Right!':

Bob Barker's Back on 'Price Is Right' for Hilarious April Fool's Prank
Bob Barker's Back on 'Price Is Right' for Hilarious April Fool's Prank



Google turned maps into playable Pac-Man:

Google Turns Maps Into Playable Pac-Man Levels
Google Turns Maps Into Playable Pac-Man Levels



Take a look at some funny pranks from years gone by:



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