I told my best friend yesterday that there was a boa constrictor loose in my house and she TOTALLY BOUGHT IT. So did her kids.
And last year I had her convinced that a family of raccoons had moved into my closet.
I am the April Fool’s joke MASTER; I should be a supervillain named “April Fool.”
Her, after the reveal: “At this point, I hope you get eaten.”
So this year Easter and April Fool’s Day fall on the same date.
Of course that means you should neglect to hide eggs, but tell all the kids to go look anyway.
One of his annual humorous covers for “The Saturday Evening Post.”
How many “foolish” things are depicted here?
No, guys, I have not been hired by any United States Antarctic Research Program to assist John Blair and his fellow scientists at Outpost 31. Neither will I be relocating to any research base in Antarctica. Nor do I have a college alumnus named R.J. MacReady.
Those were lies. My post yesterday was an April Fool’s Day prank. The setting and people I described yesterday are derived from the classic 1982 sci-fi/horror film, John Carpenter’s “The Thing.”