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Swiss peasants harvest spaghetti from trees, 1957
Rachael Ray cooks her family and her dog
Bonsai Kittens, 2000
Jennifer Love Hewitt's Disappearing Breasts
Old-Time Photo Fakery, 1900 to 1919
Vilcabamba, the town of very old people, 1978
Snowball the Monster Cat, 2000
Pierre Brassau, Monkey Artist, 1964
What do the lines on Solo cups mean?
Stotham, Massachusetts: the town that didn't exist, 1920
No NASCAR
Car and Driver's April Fool's Day hoax claiming that President Obama had ordered that Chevrolet and Dodge withdraw from NASCAR seems to have been one of the few AF hoaxes this year that actually fooled a significant number of people. [USA Today]
Categories: April Fools Day, Politics
Posted by The Curator on Mon Apr 06, 2009
Comments (1)
I liked that one 'cause it was right on the edge of believability, as a good hoax should be.

It seems to me, Alex, that contemporary April Fool's Day gags are designed NOT to fool people. What's that all about? Fear of lawsuits?
Posted by Cranky Media Guy  on  Tue Apr 07, 2009  at  05:20 AM
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