This year, Easter Sunday and April Fool’s fall on the same day


For the first time in 62 years, Easter Sunday coincides with April Fool’s Day!

Jesus may be back from the dead but the pranksters live on as well. This could be the messiest Easter Sunday we’ll ever have or the most wholesome April Fool’s Day ever. A friendly reminder: don’t trust anyone this April 1.

These two occasions falling on the same day only reminds us how everything is not right in this world.

Evil exists even on a day like Easter Sunday, and who knows what might be hidden in those easter eggs.

But just to let you know, some are not into these April Fool’s joke and things can get a bit physical if you ever try to pull one on these people.

Let this be a warning to those who will even try to mess with them:

Stay woke and don’t accept suspicious things from other people. Remember, everyone has an ulterior motive on April Fool’s. No one just gives free stuff without a “surprise” twist. (Please don’t ever disrespect doughnuts like this.)

Even grandmothers are not playin’ around this time.

Some are taking this day as an opportunity to make a move with their crush.

But as we always say, “landi at your own risk.”

People think that the reason why Easter and April Fool’s are on the same day, is because we’re about to witness the most epic prank of all time.

But just like any other day, it will never be okay to prank people or joke about these sensitive matters.

The challenge is for people to get creative with their plans on April Fool’s without offending or harming anyone.

And if you want to avoid these pranks, here’s a tip from the pros:

Or stay away from the biggest troll — the internet.

Happy Easter and April Fool’s Day, everyone!

 


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