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!
Answer: Ray J
Ray J and his wife, Princess Love, did eventually give birth to a bouncing baby girl on 23 May 2018.
Answer: New Year's Day
It wasn't until Pope Gregory XIII ordered the implementation of the Gregorian Calendar in 1582 that many European switched New Year's Day from 1 April to 1 January, and even then it still took some places, like England, a while to adapt.
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.
Hilaria was held shortly before 1 April during the March equinox and as the name implies featured a lot of joking and merriment.
This unenviable prank was conducted by the world-famous Playboy magazine, albeit the Romanian edition.
Answer: Lion Washing
A well-known historical gag involving the Tower of London featured outsiders being invited within to witness the washing of lions.
The fake report by an Israeli intelligence officer that an assassination had been attempted on a prominent Muslim leader was initially taken seriously by the Israeli parliament and media before learning it was a hoax. This act resulted in said officer being interned for 35 days.
Answer: Saddam Hussein
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.
Huntigowk or "Hunt the Gowk", with gowk referring to a foolish person, is how April Fool's Day was formerly referred to in Scotland.
Flour bombing' is an established April Fool's Day practice in Portugal and some other countries.