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April Fool History and best lies




April 1 is best known as the day of white lies, in which many people fabricate the simple lies and dumps they make of their friends or family members, usually European

One of the theories dates back to 1582, the year in which France adopted the Gregorian calendar, and the New Year calendar was announced from the end of March to the first of January. According to some sources, many did not know about this change, which prompted them to celebrate the "April Fool's Day" to call it "Day of the fools" and later to this holiday to all parts of Europe.

One of the stories about this day and the reason for its appearance is what I talked about a Dutch poem published in 1561, which preceded the adoption of the Gregorian Calendar by 21 years, and has described this day and date.

Constantinople and Cogel: It is said that the celebration of this day dates back to the reign of Constantine, while many festivals and deceptions of the Greek imperial court were held, and Constantine allowed the violinist Cogel to become king for one day. He issued a decree that ridiculed that day

But at this time
Some of the tricks are issued by media organizations that have long been fascinated by people and believe them, and sometimes they do not discover the truth until years later

One of the famous lies is a report by the British BBC about the cultivation of pasta in Italy, and people already believed that there was a season to harvest the "pasta" hanging from the trees

On April 1, 2008, the BBC claimed that researchers had discovered a strain of flying penguins and had broadcast a video that made many believe the lie. The clip received about 6 million views



Since the false report was presented on April 1, 1957, within a program that was widely appreciated, people believed this, and they believed for years that pastries are not prepared but grow on trees

In 1980, the BBC reported that the famous Big Ben watch in London would be reformed, but the channel later apologized for this lie

In early April 1989, a comedy program claimed that the Space Needle tower in Seattle had fallen and shattered, and this was a shock among many and was described by some as a "heavy joke

On April 1, 2005, Google announced the introduction of a drink that stimulates intelligence and thinking in humans, but it soon turned out to be a hoax

If you are the one to read the strange news, at the beginning of April, what is required is to hope for the information you receive, and if it is unreasonable you do not have to believe

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