April Fools' day

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the first day of April which is celebrated by playing practical jokes

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com/topics/detail/347/samsung/) Samsung also showed their sense of humour during the 2014 April Fools' Day with their invented gadgets.
IN Portugal, April Fools' Day is celebrated on the Sunday and Monday before Lent.
Comedienne Rivers, who's always game for a laugh, got in on Twitter's April Fools' Day joke one day early, sharing her take on Twitter's fake "two-tiered service"-a system that involves a removal of all vowels.
The sad thing is that April Fools' Day is over so quickly.
April Fools' Day is known to be a time when new data security threats arise and old ones are reactivated.
Herk started the April Fools' Day prank war with Mrs.
A IN the North of England, May 1 was a late April Fools' Day when people played pranks, and May Gosling was what you shouted if you succeeded.
We don't seem to recognise April Fools' Day quite so enthusiastically nowadays.
But on April 1, April Fools' Day, that same jerk is honored as an artist.
Experts say April Fools' Day is a lot like the ancient Roman festival of Hilaria, which was held on March 25 and featured some of the same tricks still played today.
Grandpa is so relaxed because its April Fools' Day and the children are playing tricks
Do you ever think about exactly how April Fools' Day began?
The Campaign Watch Commission of the League of Women Voters said the attempt at the humor of the front page of the April Fools' Day brochure had a person with long black hair on the cover and clearly designed to be a court jester.
April Fools' Day, also known as All Fools' Day, is here and we have gathered some of the top pranks to play with your colleagues.