With April the first upon us, STV has rounded up some news stories that you might have missed.
It may not be funny in Japan or Libya, Aghanistan or Yemen right now, but elsewhere the April Fool funsters have been out in force.
Even the BBC was kicking up its skirts as the normally serious Radio 4 Today programme introduced the concept of 3D radio.
The Guardian, which has some form in this area, claims it will be live blogging the build up to the Royal Wedding from now on and inlcudes a report from Sky News that the president of Kazakhstan, Nursultan Nazarbayev, has been granted the front three rows of seating in Westminster Abbey on April 29 as a result of a deal brokered by Prince Andrew. The paper is actually running a live blog of more April Fools as they appear.
Teen sensation Justin Bieber features widely, not least in the film buff site Den of Geek which has him down to play Sylvester Stallone's son in The Expendables 2.
Still on the wedding theme, The Telegraph says that Labour party members are being required to stage real street parties, complete with bunting, to celebrate the forthcoming wedding of their leader, Ed Milliband.
Scotland media mag The Drum lists a few including the nice idea from the Independent that in order to reduce his country's debt mountain footballer Cristiano Ronaldo is to change his nationality from Portugese to Spanish.
But some of the more elaborate ideas are away fro the media circuit with a slew of new products being launched. Our favourite was this bacon inhaler from firebox which enables you to have the all the flavour of those disgusting snacks without actually having to eat them. Lots more fun to be had.
Those on social networking site LinkedIn might notice that they're being suggested to connect with Robin Hood, who's described as a "Activist/ Chief Fundraiser at Nottingham".