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April Fools on the 2nd

I’m not big on April Fool’s Day so I didn’t mention it yesterday for the blog. I think that it does bring out the two categories of people. Some love practical jokes and others are not as humored by them. I’m personally not big on pranks.

A newly signed Indianapolis Colts player tweeted that he had been arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol. Then he announced it was an April Fool’s joke. I received the tweet as a Colts fan. For his sake, I hope no one nationally will notice his choice of prank.

If you are a Colts Fan you might find this funny….The Indianapolis Colts uniform introduction:


They announced that the Colts would be wearing all white next year. That’s a funny April Fool’s joke at no one’s expense!

A couple of people had asked me why I didn’t write an April Fool’s Day blog. I guess I just did!

And for pic o’ day, a bit of (missing) leadership:


Some April 1 Stuff

     When I researched the origin of “April Fools’ Day”, I soon learned that there was just too much to learn. Every country seems to have its own version of the day and why they call it by a name that has some joke associated with it.

     In Denmark, they “celebrate”  “May-cat” day or “joking day” on May 1. In Sweden, their pranks include the ending saying that includes, “you stupid herring, I can fool you wherever I want”.  In Italy, France and Belgium, children traditionally tack paper fishes on each other’s back and then scream, “April fish!”. When I read that, I thought someone was trying to pull the mackerel over my eyes.

     So, since I’m not big on pranks, here’s something like pic o’ day. I will post two pictures and let you decide if either, or both are real… or April Fools’.


bacon scope                                                                  unicorn

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