Amateur Joke Day.
Bad jokes done badly by people who don't know how to be funny -- jokes that go on too long, or are funny for a nanosecond, or are generally not nuanced enough nor ever will be to land without making someone feel tricked or judged. Pranks (gawd, I hate 'em! I hate the word!) that are, as the person who has articulated everything I've said already elsewhere today about today, but in The Atlantic, points out, a "derivative of a derivative of a derivative."
And let's not even talk about the self-indulgent, not-entertaining wankery on the Internet.
Look, whether it's announcing a non-existent pregnancy or career change (I'm leaving for Japan to learn to make origami mice! Har! Har!) on social media, or being sent to see lions washed at the Tower of London, it's not funny.
However, I could watch this one, like, for days.
Charm--and not harm--wins every time.