April Fools’ Day

Today is April 1st! Also known as April Fools’ Day!

“April Fool’s Day is on 1 April every year in many countries. On this day, practical jokes (or April Fools) are played on friends and family. The jokes are done to embarrass them. In some countries, April Fool’s only last until noon, and if someone plays a joke after, they are an April Fool. “April Fool’s Day’s past and gone, You’re the fool for making one.” – from Simple English Wikipeida.

Get more information about April Fools’ day here

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Here is a website with some of  the craziest April Fools’ Day pranks

Noodle Tree?

Swiss peasants pulling strands of spaghetti down from their spaghettis trees.

April 1st, 1957

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…And if you are feeling ‘foolish’, here are some simple pranks you might want to pull on your friends and family…http://murrieta.patch.com/articles/5-easy-to-pull-april-fool-s-day-pranks

Check out how to put objects into Jell-O

Or maybe you want to give a friend a magic pre-cut banana

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If somebody tricks you or plays a joke on you, don’t feel bad, get upset or angry. Send us an email at usadultliteracy@gmail.com and tell us about it, or leave a comment. And remember- “Everybody plays the fool sometimes”…

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5 thoughts on “April Fools’ Day

  1. mya says:

    April Fools’ day is one of the favorite days in my country.Young people,between 18years old to 25 years old, make a joke among their friends.

  2. Sze Wong says:

    I always told some people.” I ‘m very luck I born one day after April fool’s day”

  3. pan ying says:

    Why didn’t I make a joke on that day? Oh,I forgot.

  4. briebreath says:

    Love this blog!!! very informative and fun! I wonder if there will ever be an ironic day….. really, great work usa literacy!

    • Hi briebreath, thanks for joining our online community. Although the name of our literacy program looks like USA we are actually US (University Settlement) Adult Literacy, how ironic 😉

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