YouTube released a video on Sunday claiming it would be shutting down after 8-years and, from April 1, would no-longer be accepting video submissions from users.
Of course, it was all just an April Fools' Day trick - the fruit of a hook-up with the guys at The Onion - but it's probably the best of the millions of japes you'll be subjected to today.
During the clip, the sharing site claimed it had almost fulfilled its founding MO - to find the best home video on the internet - and would now begin the decade-long process of picking an overall winner.
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