PopQuizzical Daily! for April 2, 2012:
Yesterday's PopQuizzical Daily! answer: True (no foolin').Scholars think that an copying error erroneously referred to March 32nd in Chaucer’s tome “Canterbury Tales” led people to believe that April 1st was a fool’s day. There was no mention of disassembling the king’s carriage and reassembling it in his bedroom, but there should have been. —
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