No Joke! Play Great Online Games & Score 2,500 Tokens!

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No joke! Visit PCHgames today and get 2,500 Tokens just for logging in! WE’RE NOT FOOLING!

It’s always a wise move to check out PCHgames, one of the web’s premier game sites, to play games and earn tokens. But today, especially, your visit to PCHgames is the wise thing to do!

In fact, here are the THREE wise moves you should make today, in honor of April Fool’s Day:

1. Log in at PCHgames to earn 2,500 tokens.

2. Play favorite games like Mahjongg Dimensions, Kings In The Corner and Momma’s Diner to earn more tokens.

3. Redeem your tokens to get exciting opportunities to WIN PRIZES like CASH and Gift Cards to favorite stores like Walmart, Best Buy, Starbucks and Home Depot.

It Would Be “Foolish” NOT To Visit PCHgames!

After all, PCHgames fans, like you, know where to find the most entertaining games and the most exciting opportunities to earn tokens and win prizes!

In The Spirit Of April Fool’s Day, Let’s Honor The “Wise Fool”!

Who says being a “fool” is necessarily a bad thing? Popular television shows, movies and literature are loaded with “fools” who stirred the imagination and inspired generations. Here are a few of my favorite WISE FOOLS:

Columbo: Do you remember this famous TV show that featured actor Peter Falk as the bumbling homicide detective, Columbo? He looked a little like an unmade bed and seemed forgetful. But criminals paid dearly for underestimating this absent-minded detective’s keen intellect.

Don Quixote: He attacked windmills that he believed to be fierce giants. And Don Quixote fooled himself into believing he was a noble knight. But I admired his faith in his mission to revive chivalry.

Yogi Berra: Americans love to chuckle at the wit and wisdom of Baseball great, Yogi Berra. Some of my favorite Yogi Berra quotes include, “When you arrive at a fork in the road, take it.” “If you don’t know where you are going, you might wind up someplace else.” “It ain’t over till it’s over.”

Mr. Deeds: The comedic actor Adam Sandler plays Longfellow Deeds, a pizzeria owner in New Hampshire. Longfellow Deeds inherits a fortune from his deceased uncle and Deeds’ sincere naiveté teaches us that money can change our lives without changing who we are.

But even if you love these WISE FOOLS like me, DON’T be a fool when it comes to PCHgames today!

A Foolproof Way To Have Fun And Earn Tokens!

It’s easy to “cash in” on April Fool’s Day Tokens and Fun! No joke! Visit PCHgames right now, log in and start playing your favorite games! And be sure to COMMENT BELOW and tell us who your favorite movie or TV “fool” is.

Playfully Yours,

Elliott M.


10 thoughts on “No Joke! Play Great Online Games & Score 2,500 Tokens!”

  1. Jesus Macias says:

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  2. According to my point of view this on-line joking site provide lots of jokes and also give chance to take participate in game quiz and win 2500 tokens.

  3. Kanika Loeung says:

    I’d like 2,500 Tokens!

  4. Nettie Jenkins says:

    Great read once again from one of PCH’s finest. I scored my tokens and will try my hand at Pathians ….Hmmm I know there must be a way to get past that third shield! Happy playing (Smiles)

    Nettie Jenkins
    PCH Super Fan #1
    Bridgeport,CT

  5. Jorge Ramirez says:

    nicely done! i think my favorite movie would have to be Mr. Deeds because i like the ending when the butler was the rightful owner to the money and how kind he was and help those around him, i see myself in that position :]

  6. Joye Hamilton says:

    Hello ELliott & All PCH Teams!

    The Classic “Fool” Is Steve Martin! Hands Down! :D

    Ta Ta For Now & Warm Regards, :) Joye H. ^_^

  7. Kamie cook says:

    Screech from “Save by the Bell”!!!!

  8. eyvonne kerns says:

    I love that!

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