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April Fools' Day 2018 epic tweets

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The last day of March is as good a time as any to reflect on our abilities to take a joke on the chin

We all plans to do a prank with your friends and families without fearing of any guilt.

In India, there have been numerous evidence to April Fools' Day in cinema and popular literature.

April Fool's Day is celebrated on 1st April, and is meant to have fun by sharing practical jokes and pranks with people.

Here are some epic April Fools' Day tweets. Although it originated from the Western countries, creating jokes and harmless hoaxes as become a common practice on the first day of the April month each year.

Malala Yousafzai Makes Emotional Return To Pakistan 6 Years After Assassination Attempt
He was speaking at a ceremony in honor of Malala at the Prime Minister Office in Islamabad today (Thursday). "It is your home. She says: "It is now actually happening and I am here" and that she will continue to campaign for the education of girls.

Inside Kim Jong Un's mystery train
And the Bloomberg news agency cited unidentified sources as saying the North Korean leader was in Beijing . On the contrary, the official said, a summit with Xi would underscore Kim's standing as a world leader.

Organizers expect thousands at gun-control rallies
Thweatt says concealed weapons carried by trained campus workers will limit carnage from violent school shooters. Ninety-six percent! You couldn't get 96 percent of Floridians to agree that the Atlantic Ocean is real.

April Fool's Day is also attributed to a poem written by Flemish poet Eduard de Dene, which pictures the story of a master who played a prank on his servant by making him do a silly errands for the whole day.

According to historians, Pope Gregory XIII in 1582 wished to start the new calendar from January 1, instead of the hitherto celebrations of the new year by March end.

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.

Some believe the day dates as far back as the Roman times, and the Roman festival of "Hilaria", which was celebrated on March 25. Mommy blogger Lauren Cormier offered up a few Easter-themed prank ideas. I can't tell you what.

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