April Fool’s Day

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April Fool’s Day

One of the oldest tricks to play on the unexpected: toothpaste filled Oreos.

One of the oldest tricks to play on the unexpected: toothpaste filled Oreos.

Photo by Mariely Santana

One of the oldest tricks to play on the unexpected: toothpaste filled Oreos.

Photo by Mariely Santana

Photo by Mariely Santana

One of the oldest tricks to play on the unexpected: toothpaste filled Oreos.

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1. Some believe that April Fool’s Day marks the change in season on the first day of spring in the Northern Hemisphere.
2. The earliest record of association between April 1 and pranks can be found in Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales.
3. In some countries pranks are only allowed to take place until noon.
4. April Fool’s Day is not an official holiday.
5. A joker, or jokester have become the images associated with April Fool’s Day.
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