No one really knows where April Fool’s Day came from. It has been celebrated in the UK since the 19th century, but some believe it originated much earlier here as it was mentioned by Geoffrey Chaucer in the 14th century. Another theory is that it came from France and Holland in the 1500s.
Wherever it originated, we all enjoy a good April Fool’s gag, and here are some of the best
The Swiss spaghetti harvest
Richard Dimbleby was the arch prankster in this 1957… Read More