John Kerry triumphantly announced that his negotiations with Iran have been successful and will be officially ratified in a ceremony in which “I’ll kneel on a beach while wearing a traditional Iranian document-signing orange jumpsuit.”
• A council of Native Americans judged Elizabeth Warren to be guilty of violating tribal law by failing to use “every part of the buffalo.” In point of fact, she was using only one part of the buffalo and not, as nature intended, for the purpose of making more buffaloes.
• Pressed for more details about his injury, Harry Reid admitted that “the band that snapped” as he was working out with it was, as many suspected, The Village People.
• A crowd-funded Kickstarter campaign intended to pay for a monument to honor race martyr and cigar liberator Michael Brown fell short of its stated goal today, raising a final tally of only $375. The Ferguson highway department says the funds will be sufficient to create a commemorative speed bump.
• The Supreme Court issued a 5-4 ruling confirming that, despite the controversial and somewhat confusing language in the 17,000 page Obamacare bill, the government will give full “breast exam” reimbursements for every crispy dollar bill men spend in topless clubs.
And remember, this one right here is not an April Fool’s joke. It’s just a dearly held fantasy. Oh how we wish!! …
Early morning television viewers were surprised to find their programs interrupted for an emergency announcement, during which the ashen-faced and possibly drug-fueled president spoke in rambling, frequently cryptic sentence fragments about “the sweet, sweet call to prayer,” “dog-flavored shave ice,” the merits of Titleist golf balls and, most puzzlingly, his declaration that “Mike is done pretending to be Michelle.” He then told America to go (and we paraphrase here) fornicate itself, and capped his brief resignation with “Allah Akbar – I’m out of here, suckers!”
In a scene reminiscent of America’s departure from Vietnam, Obama scrambled aboard a George Soros-owned helicopter hovering just above the White House roof. Newly appointed President Biden celebrated his unexpected promotion by rushing onto the White House balcony in his pajamas and firing a shotgun into the sky, before being tackled and disappearing under a pile of Secret Service agents. Sadly, the shotgun blast was thought to have done only minor damage to Mr. Obama’s helicopter.
BUT THAT’S NOT ALL – BREAKING NEWS BULLETINS!
Two of my all-time favorites …
1) The Earth Loses Gravity: in 1976, BBC Radio 2 reported that due to rare astronomical alignment of Pluto behind Jupiter, the Earth’s gravity would decrease. Listeners were told to jump in the air at 9:47 AM to take advantage of this, which would result in a floating feeling. Many reported that they had felt this floating sensation, one even stating that she and her friends lifted from their chairs to float around the room together.
2) Home Grown Spaghetti Trees: one of the most famous April Fools’ pranks occurred in 1957, when BBC news program Panorama reported on Switzerland’s spaghetti harvest. The region’s mild winter and lack of natural spaghetti pests allowed for the fruitful production of home-grown spaghetti. The BBC received many calls from people interested in growing their own spaghetti, who were told that they should place a sprig of spaghetti in tomato sauce.
Tomfoolery knows no bounds…