There are such a variety of hypotheses about the implications and sources of April Fool's Day, however the most unique one was given by Prof. Joseph Boskin throughout a meeting. Boskin was talked with by an Associated Press news hound. The eminent history educator clarified that April Fool's Day begun throughout the rule of King Constantine. The nitwits and court buffoons of the kingdom chose to unionize and thought about whether King Constantine would permit one of them to be ruler for one day. They were persuaded that they could better run the domain. Ruler Constantine was amused to the point that he consented to surrender the throne for one day and let Kugel, one of the court buffoons, to run the domain. (Kugel is a Jewish noodle pudding) According to Joseph Boskin, that was the first run through in history when April 1 was praised. What the journalist didn't understand was that the supposed hypothesis clarifying the Roman starting points of April Fools' Day was a lie itself. The educator figured the journalist would get on. At the point when Associated Press distributed the article, Boskin got calls from numerous other well known daily papers, radio, magazines and TV systems to go into subtle element. The news spread rapidly, be that as it may, a couple of weeks after the fact, the enormous lie was uncovered by Buskin and that is the way a teacher tricked Associated Press.