April Fool's Day


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April Fool's Day

nil primo d'aprile
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995
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April Fool's day came around a little while ago and as we all know, you don't trust anything you see on April 1st.
When April Fool's Day and Easter Sunday coincide, it is good to determine just who is the fool.
'Ellen' plays most weeks at Liberty Slots but she was in for a quite a pleasant surprise last week on April Fool's Day when she turned her $25 slots budget into a massive $100,000 winning day.
This is not the first time Google has turned maps into games, in 2012 the internet giant had turned Maps into an 8-bit, classic video game dreamland inspired by Nintendo as an April Fool's Day prank.
e American remake of Broadchurch begins on ITV Encore on Wednesday, April Fool's Day.
Mirpur: With it being April Fool's day on Tuesday, cricket fans here are wondering who is likely to look the aACAyfool' after Tuesday's big match between Pakistan and the West Indies.
IT'S April 1, which means, it must be April Fool's Day, the day widely recognised around the world as the day people play practical jokes and hoaxes on one another, before declaring 'April Fool!' Tradition has it in the UK that you must cease your jokes by noon - otherwise you become the fool.
Tuesday -- Gunstock, April Fool's Day, $50 per carload of skiers and riders, everyone must have a seatbelt on.
In it, the author, a rabbi, had recounted the story of another rabbi who once told a student this: "There is a source for April Fool's Day. If you count 8 months and 25 days after April 1st you arrive at December 25th.
MANILA -- Manila's mayoral candidates are redefining Easter Sunday and April Fool's Day this year as they start the local campaign rolling on these two days.
April Fool's Day pranks are all in the name of fun and who can fault you for trying to bring a few smiles to your friend's faces; but we should play pranks in a responsible way
Because from April 1 (April Fool's Day) the only people paying for NHS prescription charges is us mugs - the English!