These are the funniest April Fools' Day tweets on the Internet
Apr 01 2018
Others started mocking those refusing to accept January 1 as New Year's Day and would send them on "fool's errands", which is how the practice of April Fools' day caught on.
There is no consensus or certainty over where April Fools' Day originated from, leaving the day shrouded in mystery.
Another theory held by some is that April Fools' Day was the result of a desire to celebrate the turning of the seasons at springtime.
April Fools' Day is on a Sunday and on Easter this year, which isn't the best scenario for all the thirsty brands looking to get their pranks into the weekday news cycle.
In India, there have been numerous evidence to April Fools' Day in cinema and popular literature.
From long we all celebrate 1st April as fool's day.
Will you be playing any pranks this year? Though, historians are still not sure about the exact origin of April Fools' Day.
Few of them are playing pranks and posting pictures of it on Twitter.
Today is the special day to play pranks on others.
In Geoffrey Chaucer's 1392 work "Nun's Priest's Tale", the poet depicts a rooster named Chauntecleer who is fooled by a fox and in turn fools a fox. I can't tell you what.
These days, Google has become known for its sneaky April Fool's - which have included the unveiling of a pigeon-based search algorithm, a research centre on the moon and a broadband system that runs through the toilet.