Google traditionally invades internet with April Fools gags on April 1, but developer Chris Zubak-Skees has beaten the Internet giant at his own game today with Suggested Poems, an extension of Chrome that replaces Google's algorithm We generate canned responses with random lines of poetry.
As Zubak-Skees clarifies in its thread, the extension is "absolutely not" supported by Google in any way. But, honestly, its improvement is better, since it's totally optional by requiring you to intentionally install a Chrome extension, and it will actually stay after April 1, unlike most Google gags. Also, there's something fun about replacing Google's already baffling answers with lines of inscrutable verses.
At least, unlike the infamous April Fools joke of 2016 at Google, it's unlikely that it will result in apologies from Google.