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Angie D
Angie D • 2 years ago

You've probably thought long and hard about how to prank your best friend this April Fools' Day, but have you ever thought about where the silly holiday came from? This informational video by Jeremiah Warren reveals interesting facts about the history and culture of April Fools' Day, or "A...

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