April Fool’s Day!


From Britannica:

There are variations between countries in the celebration of April Fools’ Day, but all have in common an excuse to make someone play the fool. In France, for example, the fooled person is called poisson d’avril (“April fish”), perhaps in reference to a young fish and hence to one that is easily caught…

Image: La Vie Parisienne, April 7, 1923.