April Fools'

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Noun1.April Fools' - the first day of April which is celebrated by playing practical jokesApril Fools' - the first day of April which is celebrated by playing practical jokes
day - a day assigned to a particular purpose or observance; "Mother's Day"
Apr, April - the month following March and preceding May
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On April Fools' Day, Overwatch players got to live out their Reinhardt fantasies, but not much else.
Our recent April Fools' Day story about plans for a giant 100ft statue of King Kong in Brum certainly provoked a big response from our readers.
Others reckon April Fools' Day is linked to historic spring festivals that celebrated jokes and mayhem.
Observing April Fools' Day is the most dishonest tradition as lie is lie even if one speaks for fun.
India, April 1 -- Google has turned streets in Google Maps into a Pac-Man game on April Fools' Day.
Well, for me, I have nothing against April Fools' Day as long as no one hurts anyone.
SHOWBIZ: Keira Knightley spotted at Klaxons gig in Birmingham pub (People thought it was an April Fools' joke - but it was the real deal) Steve 'Beve' Bridgeman: "Can't believe I missed meeting Keira Knightley
03 ( ANI ): Wimbledon champion Andy Murray's attempt to prank everyone reportedly went unnoticed as he placed his April Fools' joke very carefully.
ONE theory on the origin of April Fools' Day is that Prior to 1582, the new year began on April 1 When celebrations moved to January 1, those who refused to accept the change were ridiculed as "April fools".
com)-- As April Fools' Day comes closer, Audio4fun is announcing a never-before offered bonus, in which the premium Media Player Morpher PLUS, valued at $199.
Talk like a Pirate Day, Pi Day, and April Fools' Day are all holidays that were either made up by or adopted by the Internet, big time.
The whole family needed to tread warily on Friday as Tina and her two teenage sons were all born on April Fools' Day, which beat odds of 48 MILLION to 1.