April 4, 2014 6:05 PM EDT

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Crack up a crowd this weekend by telling one of these corny science jokes. (American Chemical Society)

Cars recalled because spiders that like the smell of gasoline have been weaving webs into a vent in the engines. (Reuters)

On April Fools’ Day, NPR pranked readers who rant in the comments section of articles without having read them. (NPR)

Also that day, the University of Idaho announced that all incoming students would receive a kitten. (KTVB.com)

These countries boast the most students who are afraid of math. (Quartz)

This map shows which MLB teams have the most Facebook fans. (Deadspin)

Starbucks apologized for serving a cup of coffee with 666 written in syrup on the foam of a beverage. (Newser)

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