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April Fool's day is everyday in many countries... I am sure of that. But I don't think the middle east respects april fool's day.

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But I don't think the middle east respects april fool's day.

As most of them use a different calendar, don't have April on it, and won't have a month crossover on what's the first of April in the rest of the world most years, probably not :)

In other countries it's highly individual. Personally I don't do it, and find most of the "jokes" that are done less than funny (like the kid who was thrown on a bonfire here and left to burn to death as a joke, which would have ended in worse than full body 3rd degree burns had it not been for bystanders).

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