April Fools’ day

A day for playing jokes and pranks on others which was originated from the Canterbury tales in 1392. This may have been stemmed from the Roman festival (hilaria) and the medieval Spanish festival  ‘feast of fools’

So does it mean that hilarious derived from the word hilaria?

British Broadcasting Corporation(BBC) is well known to cook up a story which the viewers  tend to believe as a true story. Lets see what they are planning for this year.

In the meantime Google has already posted a  hoax on their website. see below for the details.


Start your pranks on your friends and family and you can only do it util the clock strikes 12 mid day!!

Happy pranking.



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