UNDATED (AP) -- No fooling -- at least not during the Great Recession. April Fools Day is no joke in this down economy. A survey of 500 advertising and marketing executives finds office pranks are now out of place. That's according to two-thirds of those asked. Donna Farrugia, of The Creative Group, says it's not a good time to be perceived as a time waster. And forget making a gag about quitting. Farrugia adds your boss just might accept your joke "resignation."
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