Fourth Annual APS April Fool’s day
In France, we celebrate April Fools’ day on April 1 by playing practical jokes and spreading hoaxes. Once discovered, the person making the joke will shoot out “Poisson d’Avril! (April Fish!)” The most common joke is to put a paper fish on the back of someone and wait for the person to discover the joke.
Three years ago, we introduced this French twist on the April Fools’ Day tradition to Lansing with much success.
Any fish will do: paper, plastic, woven, Swedish – as long as it’s not a live one. If you need some inspiration, here is downloadable origami fish that you can print, fold and discreetly attach to the back of your friends and family. Then take a picture and share on social media with the hashtag #APSAprilFool, making sure to make your post public.