As it's April Fool's Day, you're going to be seeing quite a few joke stories doing the rounds on Twitter - but considering there's enough joke stories and fake news going around already, why should we add to it?
Instead, here's a round-up of some of the attempts by corporate social media to remind you that they're actually just people and not faceless monoliths of capitalism.
You just know if this was real, you'd have an influencer pushing this crap on their Instagram.
Calling all Insta-loving millennials! Today we’re excited to introduce three gram worthy flavours… Coca-Cola Zero Sugar Avocado, Sourdough and Charcoal. Ready to give them a try? #CocaColaBrunchGoals #LifeGoals #Brunchclub #FoodGoals #Drinkspiration #BrunchSquad #AvoSquad pic.twitter.com/eEsOj578Vn
— Coca-Cola GB (@CocaCola_GB) April 1, 2018
The real joke here is Brexit itself.
— BBC News (UK) (@BBCNews) April 1, 2018
To be fair, the smell of fresh printed paper is a nectar unlike any other.
Miss the smell of our #ArgosCatalogue? We’ve created a USB-powered scent diffuser - so all you online shoppers can still enjoy the fresh aroma of printed paper! #EauDeCatalogue pic.twitter.com/c52bmuDdvB
— Argos (@Argos_Online) April 1, 2018
3. DONALD TRUMP
Hah! Brilliant. Wait, no, this is actually real.
— CNN (@CNN) March 31, 2018
2. VIRGIN AIRLINES
In-flight spin classes could actually work. Think about it, Richard Branson.
It’s great when two Virgin companies work together to come up with a really great idea. Well done to everyone at @VirginAustralia and @VirginActiveOz for introducing the world’s first in flight spin class. Will be touring Australia later this year and can’t wait to join one pic.twitter.com/cTIAxUuVZS
— Richard Branson (@richardbranson) March 31, 2018
1. THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT
Speaking of Brexit being a joke, this is actually pretty great.
— Europarl UK (@EPinUK) April 1, 2018