Last modified on 29 March 2011, at 12:51

Talk:April Fools' Day

  • Discussion
Return to "April Fools' Day" page.

I would argue that this definition should be under April Fool's Day, with April Fools' Day given as an alternative spelling. According to Google's NGRAM viewer, April Fool's Day has always been a more common usage than April Fools' Day, throughout the 100+ years that the expression has been widely used.Jbening (talk) 12:16, 29 March 2011 (UTC)Jbening 12:51, 29 March 2011 (UTC)