Pranks: a competition | From Hermes to bonsai kittens

Pranks. Japes. Hacks. They all amount to the same thing: pulling a funny fast one.
Today’s FamilyFirst site celebrates all of ’em. It’s called Pranks: a competition | From Hermes to bonsai kittens.
The site (actually a single page at a much bigger site) is from normally staid economist.com. Hey, it’s good to know these number crunchers can appreciate the beauty of a good prank!
How old is the jape? Well, the Greek god Hermes was known as a prankster. He played his first when just a day old, stealing a herd of cattle belonging to his brother, Apollo, and driving them into a cave backwards to suggest that they had left instead of entered.

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