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No joke! All about April Fool's Day

No joke! All about April Fool's Day

It's that time of the year when you pull off a prank on a colleague or friend without any guilt.

In India, there have been numerous evidence to April Fools' Day in cinema and popular literature.

These people were ridiculed and poked fun at for still celebrating the new year on the old date and were labelled the "April Fools" - hence the name April Fools' Day.

Twitter has had quite a field day today as the users celebrated April Fools Day in just the ideal way. April Fools' Day can be clever on the Internet - but it has also, increasingly, become a day where your social media feeds are flooded with on-brand corporate pranks, pleading for your retweets. In a joking way, Indian says, 1st April is celebrated as Fool's Day because 31st March is closing of the financial year. As a result, those who accepted the new calendar considered others to be fools because they refused to change. There are many reasons behind celebrating this particular day.




Last year, she played a prank on ehr son that nearly had him in tears.

While Chaucer probably meant 32 days after March (May 2), many readers seemingly took the line to mean March 32 - or April 1.

The fast-food chain claimed they had designed a new sandwich by rotating the ingredients of the regular Whopper 180 degrees for left-handed diners.

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