RFC or Request For Comments are informational or experimental documents, often being the protocol standards that make computer networks and the Internet work. Written by professors and elite scholars, most of the RFCs can bore people to death.

However, the April fool version of the RFCs are published just for fun and shouldn’t be taken seriously. After reading these hilarious RFCs, who’ll say that computer engineers aren’t any fun?

I’ve compiled a list of funny April fool RFCs, and you can read them here for a good laugh! :)