Catcha! Today is April Fools’ Day or how it’s also called All Fools’ Day. It is one of the most light-hearted days throughout the year.
The origin of this day is unclear, some refers it to the change of seasons, some to the peculiarities of date celebrating. Still the earliest notes date back to 14 century. This day everyone is officially allowed to make jokes and hoaxes on one another. Practices include sending someone on a "fool's errand," looking for things that don't exist; playing pranks; and trying to get people to believe ridiculous things.
In Italy, France, Belgium, and French-speaking areas of Switzerland and Canada, 1 April tradition is often known as "April fish" (poissons d'avril in French or pesce d'aprile in Italian). It usually supposes to tape a picture of a fish on the back of their “April fool”, crying "Poisson d'Avril" when the prank is discovered. In Poland, prima aprilis ("1 April" in Latin) is a day full of jokes; various hoaxes are prepared by people, media (which sometimes cooperate to make the "information" more credible) and even public institutions. Danes, Finns, Icelanders, Norwegians and Swedes celebrate April Fools' Day (aprilsnar in Danish). They believe most news media outlets will publish exactly one false story on 1 April; for newspapers this will typically be a first-page article but not the top headline.
The Internet sites are full of different information and suggestions as how to play somebody up and make fun.
Ranok-Creative wish you all be in good mood and not to get disappointed in any way!
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