April fools day is the day that anything can happen. And it has not been few pranks that have happened on that day. History is as full of fools as there have been April firsts. Come and get tested by our entertaining trivia about this special day without getting fooled!
More information: Though not known to the outside world for their sense of humor, Iranians also get down on April Fool's Day and disclose pranks with the phrase "Doroughe sizdah", which roughly translate to "lie of 13".
More information: Hilaria was held shortly before 1 April during the March equinox and as the name implies featured a lot of joking and merriment.
More information: This was done by the BBC in 1957, which they had to later recant the tale of plants that grow spaghetti due to the large amount of people who believed the hoax.
Answer: Saddam Hussein
More information: Uday Hussein (1964 - 2003), the eldest child of Saddam, perpetrated a couple of tasteless jokes on the people of Iraq in 1998 and 1998, respectively concerning US sanctions and food rations.
More information: This disaster, which resulted in the death of over 160 people, has been dubbed the April Fools Day Tsunami due to some in Hawaii believing that initial warnings of such were a hoax.
More information: April Fool's Day is referred to as April Fish Day, with jokes and pranks usually being centered on, as you may have guessed, fish.
More information: This unenviable prank was conducted by the world-famous Playboy magazine, albeit the Romanian edition.
Answer: A Noodle
More information: Outside of being labeled a "noodle", victims of April Fool's pranks in England may also be called a "gob", "gobby" or "noddy".
More information: The hit 1990's sitcom Roseanne aired such an episode on 10 April 1990 which actually centered on the family scrambling to file their taxes on time.
More information: On 1 April 2013, former Google China head Kai-fu Lee joked that the Great Firewall, China's infamous internet regulations and censorship, was penetrable, allowing access to Facebook and Twitter. His prank drew over 10,000 comments, many of which were filled with insults or other forms of anger.