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April Fool’s Day seems to be every day in Mexico, but their true ‘prankster day’ corresponds with the Catholic holiday the Day of Innocents on December 28.
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To do so is a mistake, though, always–no matter how “good” our reasons, or intentions. The dead are not meant to be seen or found, spoken with, or for.
The dead are meant to be buried and forgotten, and everybody knows it–or should, if they think about it for more than a minute.
I wish I could place the origins of April Fool’s day in English speaking countries as easily as this, just as a comparison, but sadly April Fool’s Day is not as traceable.
There are conflicting stories and histories about this day that differ from country to country.
As though the one thing their long, arduous journey home has taught them is that they have nothing left worth saying, after all.Visitors and locals alike woke up to snow covered beaches in the Mexican Caribbean today, with people blaming El Nino for this unheard of phenomenon. Word play, friendly pranks, and just good old fun is part of their culture. Mexico does not celebrate this day of jokes and pranks on April 1, they celebrate December 28 on the Holy Day of the Innocent. If you know the Mexican culture well, you know that they are great practical jokers all the time.In the clip, a Muslim man approached a woman to object to her choice of outfit, thinking she was dressed immodestly – a sleeveless t-shirt. As reported, he starts out the conversation by saying, “You dress like a whore,” and it got ugly real fast after that.Understandably the woman’s initial reaction was to argue with the man.A prankster dialed a man and a woman on separate phones with the numbers set to private, and then placed the phones next to each other on loudspeaker so that each person believed that the other had made the call.The video, aptly titled: 'Two phones, both on private, two calls made, couldn't have gone any better' was uploaded to Reddit by a user named Kroucher on Wednesday afternoon, and has already notched up over 400,000 views.April Fool’s Day remains as a tradition in the United States, Canada and Europe even though no one is quite sure how it started.If Mexicans are playful all year round, how do you know on December 28th that a prank is truly a prank?At first it looked a bit weird with a beefy bloke pretending to play with his baby for hours on end, so we provided him with a female member of the production team to look like his wife and it all appeared a bit less suspicious. We were filming in the Cotswolds at Bourton-On-The-Water with me as a vicar who can’t help behaving badly, and I had just pretended to spray a cyclist (the vicar loathes cyclists) with Mace. This was very nearly a big mistake, as at least four times he pulled his head back as if to strike. until he remembered that the lady he was with was not his wife and quickly refused all consent for us to show it.He calmed down when he learned it was for TV and found it very funny . We also spent a week targeting British tourists in Benidorm, which is where I nearly came to sticky end.I was playing a Spanish lothario, with tight leather pants and flowing locks, and was about to approach some English ‘ladeeez’ on the beach.Out of the blue, a huge Italian appeared and squared up to me.If they’re not some sort of Holy Fool marked from birth for sacrifice for the greater good of all around them, fore-doomed to grease entropy’s wheels with their happy, clueless hearts’ blood.