Poisson d'avril

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The French comedy channel Poisson Rouge (which translates to red fish but means goldfish) made a video to illustrate what can happen when two friends try to one-up each other by pulling ever more serious April Fool pranks. Poisson d'avril means “April fish,” which refers to the French custom of sticking a paper fish to a friend’s back on April Fools Day. But one mystery remains unsolved: why is that guy wearing a Christmas sweater in April? -via Daily Picks and Flicks

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