Fool me once, Fool me twice?

April Fool’s Day is defined as “A day of practical jokes intended to make fools of unsuspecting people.” Unlike other holidays that have a clear origin, many stories of when, where, how and why April Fool’s Day is celebrated abound, lending to the foolishness of even trying to be serious about the day!

Watch out for pranksters, practical joksters, jesters, humorists or anyone looking to play a hoax on someone.  You may end up being a noodlehead of their wit and humor when you least expect it!

“The first day of April is the day we remember what we are the other 364 days of the year” – Mark Twain

One Comment
  1. Please enter me in the “Read a Book for a Nook” drawing. So far, since March 1 I have read the following books:
    Gordon, David The Serialist
    Doiron, Paul – The Poacher’s Son
    Hamilton, Steve – The Lock Artist
    Thompson, James – Snow Angels
    Franklin, Tom – Crooked Letter, Crooked Letter
    Hamilton, Steve – A Cold Day in Paradise

Leave a Reply