LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) -- Time to take a look at the most talked about stories online for Monday!
"Kid President" helps with WH April Fool's prank
The white house got involved in the April Fools' shenanigans. Their twitter account today announced a special video message from the president, but it wasn't POTUS speaking; it was Kid President Robbie Novak.
Some other big companies got in on the pranks, too. Google launched a new smell search feature called Google nose, and they also announced the cancellation of Youtube until 2023, so they could have time off to pick the best video ever.
Scope launched a bacon flavored mouthwash, and Twitter announced they would switch to a paid service and only premium users will get to use vowels.
Bobby Petrino terminated as Razorbacks head coach one year ago
Also trending today, a motorcycle accident reveals an affair between a football coach and an employee. Sound familiar?
Every hog fan was hoping it was an April Fools' joke one year ago today. It was a roller coaster of emotions after finding out that head coach Bobby Petrino had been injured in a motorcycle accident. Only later did hog fans find out there was way more damage than just a wrecked Harley.
Arkansas later fired Petrino for his relationship with football staff employee Jessica Dorrell, who was also on the Harley.
It will certainly go down as one of the more devastating April Fools' pranks. No word yet if new Head Coach Bret Bielema plans to pull anything funny today.
Oops! Macy's marks down $1,500 necklace to $47
Department store Macy's may have a job opening soon since someone decided to mark a $1,500 dollar necklace for just $47. For the record, that's about 97 percent off.
In Plano, Texas shoppers flocked to the mall, buying up the necklace at that price, and online people tried doing the same.
Macy's officials took notice of the misprint and ended up cancelling all online orders. They said the people who bought the necklace in the stores are very fortunate.
Pants on the ground: Andreas Harto hits shot without any pants
And our last trending story---a golfer on the European tour went to extreme lengths to stay dry.
Golfer Andreas Harto's ball landed just on the ridge of a lake. Most times when this happens, golfers take off their shoes and socks and roll up their pant legs, but this guy decided that the shot was just too messy for pants, so he dropped his trousers in front of live television.
It gets even better. Harto then waddled across the green to mark his ball.
There is no stroke penalty for taking off your pants. I think we are all just hoping this situation never happens to John Daly.