No Foolin'

No Foolin'

Today is April Fools' Day, the day we play pranks on people to make them look like fools. But April 1 wasn't always the date for this crazy holiday. The Romans played pranks on March 25, and in medieval times (about 1000 years ago) it was on December 28, which is still the date that Spain celebrates it (we're not kidding about any of this, by the way). On April Fools' you can tell a crazy story that isn't true or surprise people with practical jokes. Here are some silly tricks and the numbers behind them.

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