Sip of the Day: Harmless April Fools’ Geek Pranks
Titera’s Tidbit: April Fools’ Day
The origins of this custom are complex and a matter of much debate. It is likely a relic of the once common festivities held on the vernal equinox, which began on the 25th of March, old New Year’s Day, and ended on the 2nd of April. Though the 1st of April appears to have been observed as a general festival in Great Britain in antiquity, it was apparently not until the beginning of the 18th century that the making of April-fools was a common custom.
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Video of the Day: April Fools’ Autopsy Prank (Rated: PG)