April Fool’s Day

On the first of April, everyone plays prank for seemingly no apparent reason. Normally, this is where I would explain where April Fool’s came from, but no one really knows.

There are several prevailing theories. The first, and most common, is from France in 1582 when they switched from the Julian calendar to the Gregorian calendar.

The Julian calendar was used in . . .

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