Important Facts To Keep In Mind For April Fool's Day
I'll BET YOU DIDN'T KNOW...
It is easier to do a handstand in Australia. All you have to do is grab onto the ground and unfasten your feet. You can handstand all day until your hands get tired from holding onto the Earth.
For decades, dolphins have been conspiring to make a documentary on the human race. The only problem is getting their fins on a camera they can hold with their fins. By pretending to be friendly, non-speaking sea-mammals, they've tricked Animal Planet into attaching cameras to their bodies so that they can complete their work and sell it for millions in a secret underwater society run by Lady Gaga's pet rabbit.
Before the Civil War, Canada successfully seceding from the United States. The Canadian government and people agreed to never let it be recorded in history books in exchange for endless time shares in San Diego.
All birds are descendants of Ground-o-floorusrex, a prehistoric bird that feared heights. This is why birds scream all the time--after millions of years of evolving, they're still afraid of heights. They only nest in trees because they're also afraid of lawnmowers and dogs.
YOLO was actually meant to be a word of caution. The Society For Neurotic Parents created it using the simple logic that if you really only live once, why would you want to ruin it with a rash decision? The SNP are notoriously bad at navigating the Internet so they have yet to correct the misinterpretation. They don't even know it's being misinterpreted.
The comedy music group, Lonely Island, made a music video to highlight the original meaning of the word (You Oughta Look Out) to help the media-challenged group reclaim their brain-child. They have yet to be thanked for their efforts by the SNP, because of, y'know, the Internet thing.
In the world of Superman, birds and planes were extremely rare, which is why the possibilities of seeing either a bird, a plane, or a flying man in the sky were equally exciting. Think about it, how many birds have you seen in a Superman comic?
In 1828, a copyeditor got bored and inserted a fake word into the Mirium Webster Dictionary before the first edition was published. The publisher found out and fired the copyeditor in a fit of rage. However, since he fired the young scribe before he asked him which word it was, the bitter copyeditor refused to tell him. To this day, no one knows which word is the fake word. My money's on bumbershoot, a fantastic synonym for umbrella.