Did you know that April Fool's Day, also known as All Fool's Day, dates back to Renaissance times? It's not a holiday but is recognized as a day of jest in many different countries including the United Kingdom, United States, Poland, Canada, India, Australia and Brazil.

Each country has their own take on just what an April Fool's joke entails. Elaborate jokes are broadcasted on the radio, hoax stories are reported on television and friends and family members get downright creative when it comes to pranking their loved ones. 

We want to know YOUR April Fool's Day pranks! Comment below to tell us if you were the prankster or the victim.

You can also check out this article from CNN on the Best/Worst Pranks of all time HERE.

 

Happy April Fool's Day!