Some April Fools’ Day fun

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Grego partakes in April Fools' Day and shares some of his favorite pranks.

"Today is April Fools' Day! Origins are unclear but it seems in the 1500s on April 1, they would celebrate New Years, then Pope Gregory moved it to January 1, so those who continued to celebrate New Years on April 1 were thus called April Fools! I can't partake because it would put my journalistic credibility at stake!  April Fools... I know what credibility? I just don't have time or the desire to mess with people, and it's not over yet so watch your back!"