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About April Fools' Day

April Fools' Day or April Fool's Day (sometimes called All Fools' Day) is an annual celebration commemorated on April 1 by playing practical jokes and spreading hoaxes. The jokes and their victims are called April fools. People playing April Fool jokes often expose their prank by shouting "April fool(s)" at the unfortunate victim(s). Some newspapers, magazines and other published media report fake stories, which are usually explained the next day or below the news section in smaller letters. Although popular since the 19th century, the day is not a public holiday in every country. Little is known about the origins of this tradition.

Aside from April Fools' Day, the custom of setting aside a day for the playing of harmless pranks upon one's neighbour has historically been relatively common in the world.
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April Fools' Day - Wikipedia
April Fools' Day or April Fool's Day is an annual celebratio…

SEARCH TRENDS: Belgium Anti Semitism

Belgium anti-Semitism row over stereotyped Jews in carnival float ...
A float featuring stereotyped Jewish figures at a carnival near Brussels has been widely criticised as anti-Semitic. The float in the town of Aalst, ...

Belgium anti-Semitism row over stereotyped Jews in carnival float ...
A float featuring stereotyped Jewish figures at a carnival near Brussels has been widely criticised as anti-Semitic. The float in the town of Aalst, ...

Belgian Carnival Float Shows the Virus of Anti-Semitism - The Atlantic
A carnival float in Aalst, Belgium (L), and an archival image of ... Anti-Semitism, or , to speak more plainly, Jew hatred, is the animus that never ...

Antisemitism in contemporary Belgium - Wikipedia
Belgium is a European country with a population of approximately 35,000 Jews. It is among the countries which experienced an increase in both antisemitic ...

anti-Semitism in Belgium | The Times of Israel
Anti-Semitism in Belgium. A parade float at the Aalst Carnaval in Belgium featuring …

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Originals - Funny Or Die
Originals on Funny Or Die. ... This week's gifs has it all: dance fails, a funny-when -it's-wrong cheese incident, aspirational raccoons, sneaky leaf monsters, near ...

Best of the Web - Funny Or Die
Best of the Web on Funny Or Die. ... This week's gifs has it all: dance fails, a funny -when-it's-wrong cheese incident, aspirational raccoons, sneaky leaf monsters, ...

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Funny videos, funny pictures, and funny articles featuring celebrities, comedians, and you.

Natalie Walker Perfectly Portrays Literally Every Hollywood ...
Natalie is a performer, writer, and all around funny lady who put together a series of “audition” tapes for a myriad of cookie cutter women's ...

This alternate ending to 'Beauty And The Beast' is enchantingly spot ...
A short film about the intersection of race, gender, and fairytale dog-men. FIELD NOTES FROM THE FUNNY OR DIE STAFF. Disney has had ...

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Comedy Central

Comedy Central is an American pay television channel owned by Viacom Global Entertainment Group, a unit of the Viacom Media Networks division of Viacom. The channel is geared for mature audiences and carries comedy programming in the form of both original, licensed, and syndicated series and stand-up comedy specials, as well as feature films.

Since the early 2000s, Comedy Central has expanded globally with localized channels in Southeast Asia, Europe, Latin America, New Zealand, Middle East and Africa. The international channels are operated by Viacom International Media Networks.

Comedy Central is available to approximately 91,859,000 households (78.919% of households with TV) as of January 2016.

Comedy Central has been a frequent target of criticism from the conservative group Parents Television Council, criticizing their programming for what they perceive as bigotry and blasphemy, especially in regards to the programs South Park, The Sarah Silverman Program, Halfway Home, and the annu…

9GAG

9GAG is a Hong Kong-based online platform and social media website, which allows its users to upload and share "user-generated content" or other content from external social media websites. Since the platform for collections of Internet memes was launched on July 1, 2008, it has grown in popularity across the social media such as Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

In November 2017 it had 223.35 million visitors: 11.03% from Germany, 5.55% from the United States, 4.40% from France, 4.19% from Brazil and 3.99% from United Kingdom.

The website was co-founded in 2009–2010 by a group of 5 Hong Kong people: University of Hong Kong student Ray Chan, his brother Chris Chan, Derek Chan, Marco Fung and Brian Yu, with the intention of creating an alternative online platform to email on which users could easily share humorous photos or videos. In a 2012 interview, its CEO Ray Chan declined to explain where the name "9GAG" is derived from.

Starting the company under a "Just fo…

The Onion

The Onion is an American digital media company and newspaper organization that publishes satirical articles on international, national, and local news. Based in Chicago, the company originated as a weekly print publication on August 29, 1988 in Madison, Wisconsin. In the spring of 1996, The Onion began publishing online. In 2007, the organization began publishing satirical news audio and video online, as the Onion News Network. In 2013, The Onion ceased publishing its print edition and launched Onion Labs, an advertising agency.

The Onion's articles cover current events, both real and fictional, satirizing the tone and format of traditional news organizations with stories, editorials, op-ed pieces, and man-in-the-street interviews using a traditional news website layout and an editorial voice modeled after that of the Associated Press. The publication’s humor often depends on presenting mundane, everyday events as newsworthy, surreal, or alarming (such as “Rotation of Earth Throws …

CollegeHumor

CollegeHumor is a humor website based in Los Angeles and owned by InterActiveCorp (IAC). The site features daily original humor videos and articles created by its in-house writing and production team, in addition to user-submitted videos, pictures, articles and links. It was created by Josh Abramson and Ricky Van Veen in 1999. CollegeHumor is operated by Electus Digital, which operates Dorkly.com and Watchloud.com in addition to CollegeHumor.

CHMedia is also a partner of the website BustedTees, an online clothing website.

Many of its staff also operate the sister website Dorkly, centering on video games and video game parodies in the vein of CollegeHumor.

The site was created in December 1999 by Josh Abramson and Ricky Van Veen, with help from web developer Jakob Lodwick. Abramson and Van Veen were high school friends from Baltimore, Maryland. The site traffic averages approximately 10 million monthly unique visitors, according to Quantcast direct measurement.

Abramson said in an intervie…

theCHIVE

theCHIVE is a photo-entertainment website independently owned and operated by Resignation, LLC. Images appearing on theCHIVE.com are selected by staff from searches of both international and domestic websites as well as daily submissions.

theCHIVE gained attention for a series of internet hoaxes that began in 2007 and were reported as true stories by mainstream media outlets.

John and Leo Resig founded Resignation Media, LLC in August 2007 and then launched theCHIVE.com in November, 2008. The CHIVE name was born from combining the two cities in which the brothers lived: Leo was in Chicago (CHI) and John was in Venice Beach (VE). The brothers went on to create additional photo-entertainment websites, all of which are staffed and managed by members of the Resig family. On Monday, July 22, 2013 the Austin American Statesman reported that during the summer of 2013 the parent company of The Chive (Resignation Media) was re-locating to a renovated space in downtown Austin, TX.

theCHIVE also ru…

CHEEZburger

I Can Has Cheezburger? (abbreviated as ICHC) is a blog-format website featuring videos (usually involving animals) and image macros. It was created in 2007 by Eric Nakagawa (Cheezburger), from Hawaii, and his friend Kari Unebasami (Tofuburger). The website is one of the most popular internet sites of its kind. It received as many as 1,500,000 hits per day at its peak in May 2007. ICHC was instrumental in bringing animal-based image macros and lolspeak into mainstream usage and making internet memes profitable.

ICHC was created on January 11, 2007, when Nakagawa posted an image from comedy website Something Awful of a smiling British Shorthair cat, known as Happycat, with a caption of the animal asking, "I can has cheezburger?" in a style popularised by 4chan. It is from this image that the site derives its name. After posting similar images, Nakagawa then converted the site to a monetized blog.

A group of investors acquired the website in September 2007 for US $2 million. The …

Funny Or Die

Funny or Die is a comedy video website and film/television production company, founded by Will Ferrell, Adam McKay, Michael Kvamme, and Chris Henchy. The website Funny Or Die contains exclusive material from a regular staff of in-house writers, producers, and directors, and occasionally from a number of famous contributors including Judd Apatow, James Franco, and Norm Macdonald. The production company makes TV shows including truTV's Billy on the Street, Comedy Central's @midnight, and Zach Galifianakis's Emmy-winning web series Between Two Ferns.

Many videos on the site feature well-known actors (examples include Nina Dobrev, Steve Carell, Charlie Sheen, Ryan Gosling, Patrick Stewart, Daniel Radcliffe, Sophia Bush, Mila Kunis, AnnaSophia Robb, Hilary Duff, Adam West, James Van Der Beek, Jim Carrey, Ariel Winter, and Selena Gomez). Michael Kvamme, an aspiring young comedian who is also the son of Mark Kvamme, the venture capitalist who funded Funny Or Die, came up with a co…

Cracked

Cracked is a defunct American humor magazine. Founded in 1958, Cracked proved to be the most durable of the many publications to be launched in the wake of Mad magazine.

In print, Cracked conspicuously copied Mad's layouts and style, and even featured a simpleminded, wide-cheeked mascot named Sylvester P. Smythe on its covers. The Smythe character was referred to as Cracked's janitor. Unlike Neuman, who appears primarily on covers, Smythe sometimes spoke and was frequently seen inside the magazine, interacting with parody subjects and other regular characters. A 1998 reader contest led to Smythe finally getting a full middle name: "Phooey." An article on Cracked.com, the website which adopted Cracked's name after the magazine perished, joked that the magazine was "created as a knock-off of Mad magazine just over 50 years ago", and it "spent nearly half a century with a fan base primarily comprised of people who got to the store after Mad sold out.&q…








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