I didn’t know what to do for a prank for April Fool’s day. Everyone did the same thing every year, toothpaste oreos, caramel onions, saran wrap on the toilets, and of course the classic blowhorn under the lucky teacher’s desk. I sighed and reached for my math book that was laying on the table
“What’s wrong Louise?” My best friend Eva asked me.
“ Well, since it was our last year of middle school I wanted to do a prank, but I can’t think of one that know one else has done at least in like, our time in middle school.” I sighed again and my evil math teacher glared at me and pointed to my book, silently telling me to work on the problems he gave us. Then , it was Louise’s turn to sigh.
“I see,” She said, pushing her glasses farther up her nose, “ My sister had the same problem.”
I rolled my eyes, “ Which sister?” I asked, she had five.