Conspiracy Thursday: April Fools Day

A good conspiracy is unprovable. I mean, if you can prove it, it means they screwed up something along the line. ~ Mel Gibson

Monday was April 1. My entire life, I’ve known that date as April Fools Day. It’s not a national holiday in any country. Yet, people know about it and celebrate it. There isn’t much history on it. There plenty of info about pranks, but little knowledge about it’s origins. Maybe it’s just a day to honor the Norse God Loki. Or maybe it’s the original government cover-up that started all conspiracy theories!

April 1, 2019 – NATIONAL ONE CENT DAY – APRIL FOOLS’ DAY – NATIONAL SOURDOUGH BREAD DAY ...

Wow, the original conspiracy theory. It most like started as a practical joke between the French and the English way back in the 1600 or 1700’s. Or maybe it was rival stocking knitters. I don’t want to say it was aliens, but lets face it aliens started this tradition that humans continued for hundreds of years.

Cat Conspiracy: This is my cat castle. Bend a paw when you greet me and call me Queen Gracie. Enter at your own peril.

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