Geoffrey Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales (1392) contains the first recorded association between April 1 and foolishness.
April 1st is a traditional day when practical jokes and hoxes are presented, and Marcus' preferred medium is the Internet. Here are some of the best for 2017
We can all be easily fooled. Many of us are taught a Religious narrative from birth. Should the same be introduced at a later age, at an age we could reason and debate, it would seem ridiculous to many, and be rejected out of hand. Or at the very least, in adulthood we would be able to choose the most comforting delusion that meets our needs