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A History of April Hoaxes

April Fool's Day hoaxes from as early as 1582, and as recently as yesterday, at
the April Fool's Day Gallery in the Museum of Hoaxes.

Via Plep


"The Scottish also prolong the April Foolery by celebrating Taily Day on April 2nd. This day is set aside for rump-related jokes, such as pinning paper tails on people's posteriors."

Another reason to be glad I'm not Scottish...

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