Buahahaha! 5 comments plus I-don't-know-how-many swears and four-letter-words being uttered to me, by phone and email.
I just thought that people won't believe it. Maybe people forget that it's the 1st April.
This morning, when I was driving, they were asking people to call them and tell them whether they managed to con people or to freak people about something. I have no idea so I just keep listening.
Then they played the Reshmonu's Hey Walle song. Didn't knowing that it was a replay, I was freaked out when during the song, which has some raps, I suddenly notice that there are some non-rap talkings at the background. I notice more when the rap is supposed to end but the talking was still going.
They quarrelling and arguing about work, who came first, firing people. They sound so serious, and it was a very butt-firing arguments. I was about to call them and ask what's happening but when they stopped the replay, they say that it was something planned just for the April Fool.
I would say, I don't believe it. They must have been quarelling for real. Come on man, how good they act, they won't talk about such sensitive and nonsense things.
It must be a cover up of their own mistakes.
Phuck! Or may be I'm fooled, but it doesn't look like one.
They accused politicians to have involved in the bribery but later on they claimed that it was an April Fool Joke.
It was a serious joke which might cause havoc. Don't do it again or I guess u're just wanna cover up yourself!
4. I myself fucked this time!
I rushed for the Jumaat Prayer on the last Friday. At 2, I rushed out to go to a customer's place to get the scraps from his place. He asked me to wait and we waited for 2 hours there.
When he arrives, he just say, April Fool! No scrap today!
And I was about to punch him on his punched that guy when he pinched my left shoulder, while I was boiling hot angry with the april fool joke. This is work thingy, it shouldn't happen right?
5. From the rest of the world.
To sum up, April Fool Day is dangerous, so use it wisely....
In Japan, a zoo unveiled its "great discovery" of a giant penguin which was 165cm tall and weighed a whopping 80kg. But the 'Lord' penguin turned out to be a man dressed in a furry penguin suit. And penguins were the subject of an April Fool at Edinburgh Zoo too - when staff claimed they had an exhibition of the world's-first flying penguins. Sadly that was a joke too! Potter fans got a shock when fan site Mugglenet claimed it had been shut down by a court after it had broken copyrights against Warner Brothers and JK Rowling. There was a funny sheep story in The Mirror newspaper. They claimed sheep were being used to trim the grass of the new Wembley. The story said the sheeps' droppings were also being used to fertilise the grass. And The Sun newspaper said travellers had set up camp on the Queen's lawn at Windsor Castle, claiming their relatives had got permission from King Edward III to pitch tents in the royal grounds. The Independent said Jamie Oliver was going to stand as an MP for the Conservative Party. And global warming is caused by dandruff, The Express claimed. Sport wasn't left out either. Bayern Munich claimed on their website that they'd poached David Beckham from Real Madrid. The press in Switzerland reckoned Prince Charles was going to have his stag night at rock star Phil Collins' home in the Swiss village of Begnins. And an advert in The Independent claimed BMW had invented a car with a steering wheel in the middle of the car. And The Sun also said that the European Union was going to ban April Fool's Day altogether