1 April 2008

Did you know: April Fool's Day originally derives its name from the medieval French dessert, the Fou d'Avril or "April Fool". Consisting largely of stewed rhubarb and custard, in Guernsey it was once customary to wear an April Fool as a loose head-piece over the vernal equinox. Hence the phrase, "You look like a fool."


  1. An April Fool's April Fool. Way too meta.

  2. Dude, I practically wrote the book on meta.

    Of course the publishers rejected it because it was, technically, a book about the book on meta.

    But I wrote the thing.