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I'll make a miracle, I'll make a miracle for you!

Today’s the last day of March. Tomorrow’s the first day of April.

I think we all know what that means. Trust nothing and avoid doing anything, or you might end up tricked. Truly the most wonderful special day our civilization has managed to ingrain into culture. There’s not a whole lot of people actually serious about it, but it’s a good excuse for companies to do silly PR stunts— or hell, even test public reaction to something they might be willing to try out for real.

The everyday Joe likely won’t contribute to the “festivities”, but one of his friends might. Heh, I remember starting my own company last year, only to have it go bankrupt after ordering too many celebratory cakes. I didn’t post the photo on the blog, but I actually forged some paperwork to make the whole affair seem more real to friends and family. It was a lot of fun, actually!

Even though I woke up a year ago without that plan in my head, I fear this year I won’t be getting inspired. I don’t have anything planned, and my brain refuses to come up with any ideas. Or maybe I’m just saying that so you don’t expect it? Or maybe my prank is me acting like I have one, despite having done literally nothing?

Who knows what this year’s Day of Fools will bring!
~ Fang

Comments

  • 01/04/2016 (9:15 PM)

    I remember you doing that! That was a really awesome joke. Things have already gone wrong of course. Gmail really messed up and turned back their “prank” before I got a chance to see it for myself. Luckily for me I never trust anything anyway.

  • 01/04/2016 (2:48 AM)

    They cancelled April Fool’s Day this year, didn’t they?

    I think they did.

    That’s what my friend said, anyway, and I don’t see why he would have lied about it.

    I think it’s cancelled.

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