Sunday was April 1,st also known as April Fool's Day, a day set aside for practical jokes and hoaxes. Even though it's not a national holiday, folks around Sheridan have done their part in keeping All Fool's Day alive and well. Listen to Atussa Dillard.
A beautiful cake is irresistable, but did they try to eat it?
Jane Wohl tells us what she and her co-workers had in mind for one of their colleagues.
How about those dad's out there that do their best to pull a practical joke on their kids. Emma Hansen gives us this memory maker.
Then there's the usual getting wet from the kitchen sprayer joke as or putting “saran wrap” on the toilet as we hear from Megan Cook and Sam Lenz.
Some jokes can get a little outside the box. Kady Wilmer relives the prank her mom, Lisa Rice, pulled on her.
In Scotland, April Fool's Day is celebrated for two days. The second day involves pranks to the posterior part of the body. It's called Taily Day. The origin of the "kick me" sign can be traced to this observance.