April Fool's Day April 1, April Fool's Day and the origins of World Fool's Day

But due to the problem of slow communication in that era, there are still some people who do not know. Or know but don't believe about such changes Some groups of people still hold New Year's celebrations on April 1st as usual, leading others to call them “New Year's celebrations” on April 1st. “April Fools” (April Fools) and trying to bully these people by sending false messages. Or trick them into believing true lies

The essence of April Fools' Day is comedy. Don't create problems. The lie must be based on not harming or harming anyone. It does not cause any problem to anyone.

From mocking people who celebrate New Year on the wrong day in European countries, the first of April, it continued among the ancients to the culture of joking and lying on April Fool's Day every year. It has spread to other countries around the world, such as Canada, England, Australia, Brazil, and the United States, in addition to Asia and Thailand.

In England, April Fool's Day is an open prank where people shout “April Fool's Day” at the person being tricked. To indicate that this person is being bullied and his friends call him “April Fool” in France, you can play a prank on your friends by sticking a piece of paper with a fish on it on the back of the person you are teasing. When he realizes the person is being harassed the prankster will shout “Poisson d'Avril!” (April fish!), which is the French term for someone who has been tricked or pranked. In Italy, there is also a tradition of pranking fish on the back on April Fools' Day.

The famous April Fool's Day dates back to the past

Fox News has collected “jokes” released on April Fool's Day in the past. Most of them were discussed as follows: The three news stories that were selected and after looking at it, it is enough to guess that this is news that no one should believe. But the moral of the story is that when “big media” comes into play, readers fall into the trap. I thought it might be true. Until it was finally revealed that it was just a joke. Just messing around on April 1st.

Three fake news or fake news spread around the world on April Fools' Day in the past. The most mentioned is:

1) Pasta grows outside the tree.

The British tradition of spreading sensational news on April Fool's Day (April Fool's Day pranks) can be traced back to the 18th century when fake news was spread. He often hopes to bring smiles and laughter, rather than scare and shock. Sometimes it was released a day or two before it was later revealed. It is one of the most talked about stories. It is news that was broadcast by major media outlets such as the BBC as a television program called “Panorama” broadcast during the day on April 1, 1957 (1957), and its content talks about farmers growing pasta in Switzerland.

The news reported that this family of farmers harvested a record amount of pasta, including the “spaghetti tree,” which appears in the published news footage of an interview with a farmer about how to grow it to obtain long pasta. And the farming process

The program is watched by millions of people across England. Because the BBC is the largest news agency in the country. Before this 3-minute piece of news aired, viewers were never told that this was an April Fool's Day hoax, so the response was made after the program aired. That is, there are many viewers, hundreds of people. Contact the program to request more information about planting spaghetti trees as described in the news. Of course, the station revealed this later.

2) Big Ben is displayed on the dial as digital numbers.

The BBC has piqued viewers' curiosity with another April Fool's Day 1980 story, this time about Big Ben in the Palace of Westminster. Which is currently used as the British Parliament, this clock tower is considered one of the landmarks of London.

In the fake news content, it says that Big Ben will be changed to a digital system. It tells you the time on the dial instead of the traditional short and long hands. This news was broadcast on BBC Radio. The audience is asked to join in the fun by saying that it will be given away for free. “Big Ben Clock Hands” is for listeners who call in the first four calls to the program

News of this tease from the BBC made a lot of people unhappy. Because Big Ben is considered an important historical symbol. This prompted the station to issue an official apology statement after being subjected to much criticism.

3) News that thieves stole gold from the US Treasury.

This is another April Fool's Day news story that has been talked about a lot in the past. It can create a buzz in both European and American regions. It was news published by the German newspaper Berliner Tageblatt on April 1, 1905 (1905), and the content of the news stated the following: A group of thieves stole silver and gold coins from the US Treasury building in Washington, DC.

The news became the talk of the town because the timing of the news coincided with the transfer of silver and gold coins from Washington to Fort Knox in Kentucky.

A German media report stated that the thieves spent three years preparing to dig a large underground tunnel under the Ministry of Finance. Before he stole silver and gold coins worth more than $268 million.

It seems that after the news was published, it quickly caused a sensation throughout Europe. Many believed that the US police were chasing the bandits across the country. Before it was later revealed that this was fake news on April Fools' Day and that the author had used a fake name.

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