Deceived masses up to five in history April Fool's jokeTaco Liberty Bell—On April 1, 1996, Taco Bell Corporation took out an ad in six major newspapers to say that it was buying the Liberty Bell and renaming it the Taco Liberty Bell. Hundreds of protesters called in to the National Historic Park in Philadelphia, and were only calmed when it was admitted to be a joke。
Acquisition of independent clock: 1996-April Fool's day, Taco Bell companies advertising on 6 major newspapers, claiming to buy United States known as the "independence Bell" and renamed it "independent big Taco Bell". A large number of protesters complaints to call National Historical Park in Philadelphia until the "perpetrators" admits prank just give up.
Nixon for President—On April 1, 1992, broadcast of NPR's "Talk of the Nation" revealed that Richard Nixon was running for president again under a slogan that said, "I didn't do anything wrong, and I won't do it again." Listeners to the show were shocked and outraged, but the host later revealed it was just a joke。
Nixon took office: 1992-April Fool's day, NPR radio show announced that Richard Nixon would once again run for United States President, campaign slogan was: "I have done nothing wrong, won't do anything wrong. "People have said they were shocked outrage, but the host said it was only a joke.
Metric Time—On April 1, 1975, Australia's "This Day Tonight" news program said that the world would be converting to metric time, with 100 seconds to the minute, 100 minutes to the hour and 20-hour days。
1fenzhong100miao: 1975 April Fool's day, Australia News announced to the world time measuring mechanisms will be modified into 1fenzhong100miao, and 1 hour and 100 minutes, 1 day 20 hours.
Wisconsin State Capital Collapses—On April 1, 1933, the "Madison-Capital Times" announced that the Wisconsin state capital building had been ruined by mysterious explosions that were attributed to build-ups of gas generated through verbose debate in the Senate and Assembly chambers. Many were fooled and angered by the trick。
Wisconsin's capital, collapsed: 1933-April Fool's day, Mandy fast capital times due to parliamentary debate too long-winded, generates gas, mysterious explosion building, capital of Wisconsin. Deceived so many people said this joke too much.
The Comic Strip Switcheroo—On April 1, 1997, comic strip fans opened their newspapers to find that all the characters had been shuffled around and were popping up in alternate comics. A total of 46 comic strip writers banded together for the switch, which had Scott Adams of "Dilbert" taking over the "Family Circus," and Jim Davis of "Garfield" taking over "Blondie" and making Garfield eat one of Dagwood's sandwiches。
Comic cross-dressing: 1997 on April Fool's day, comic readers as usual through the newspaper comics page--and then threw. They ran to the other familiar characters are cartoons. 46 partnership planning the great cross-dressing, comics writer, in cross-dressing action add the cat and its owners runs to Philip "Blondie", Garfield eats a "world" sa