Happy April Fools!
As we indulge in the last of the winter’s helpings of hearty vegetables and salty ham or turkey we may want to take care in accepting mama’s special plate made just for you, the gullible one of the family, or someone seeking revenge for last year’s tricks played during the first of the month. Last year my dad, aka my sisters and my boss as we all work together, had asked my sister to make a call to number written on a sticky note upon her desk and ask for a client named Myra Mains. Unknowingly, she called a local funeral home asking for said woman. Luckily, on the other end of the phone was a good spirited man who explained the joke to her. He also got my unsuspecting boyfriend to call a VD hotline on the same day. I’m watching my back this year when it comes to his tomfoolery.
As I avoid all phone calls and dish my own hearty plate of leftovers I celebrate April Fools Day this year by writing a post for the ArtSmart Roundtable, a group of bloggers who publish a post at the beginning of each month pertaining to a particular theme, with this month’s theme being jokes, tricks & funny art. You can find more ArtSmart interpretations of this month’s theme at the bottom of this post.
This is the epitome of implied bathroom humour during the Renaissance.
Christina via Day Dream Tourist: Trust me, that’s a lion