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How it all began?
Presence of various stories about its origin make its history uncertain. The most famous and believed theory traces back to 1582, when Pope Gregory XIII ordered a new calendar, also known as the Gregorian calendar to replace the old Julian calendar. According to this new calendar, New Year’s was now to be celebrated on 1st January. As France adopted the reformed calendar, many people either refused to accept this change or did not learn about it and continued to celebrate New Year's on 1st April. People began to make fun of those who resisted this change by making them do fools' errands i.e. to make them look for things that did not exist or by tricking them into believing something false.
We've picked a few tricks to make this day even funnier...
We all know that for some magical reason no one owns a pen in the office. Be the most resourceful friend and lend them a shock pen.
Help your friend to sit comfortably, just place a fart cushion on their chair and see them getting embarrassed.
Be sly and replace the toothpaste with shaving foam or even glue. Enjoy a good laugh, first thing in the morning.
Place a fake mouse on your friend’s table and watch them freak out!
Place a fake beer glass on your work station and confuse everyone only to reveal that it is just water!
Paste a 3D broken car glass sticker on your friend’s car. Rush to inform them about their broken car glass. See them running all the way down to the parking lot and have a good laugh!