Happy April Fool's Day from OCC

Nemo - April 1, 2010 04:07AM in OCC News

Today is April 1st, also known as April Fool's Day, a day celebrated around the world by preying on the more gullible amongst us with jokes and tricks designed sucker us into to believing something that just isn't true. The tradition dates back as far as 1392 where you can find references to it in Chaucer's Canterbury Tales. While the Internet has not been around quite that long, there is a rich tradition of pranks and stories being foisted off as true and many an unwary reader has been taken in. So today, while perusing the interwebz, be sure to judge what you read with a wary eye and take a moment to post your best April Fool's stories in the OCC forums.