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    april fool

    which one is correct. ive seen both.

    april fools' day
    april fool's day

    plural or singular.


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    Re: april fool

    Both can be used - with another alternative of "All Fools Day"


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    Re: april fool

    Yes, technically either is correct. It depends on whether you're talking about one fool or many of them.

    However, if you can find just one fool on April 1st then you're not looking hard enough!

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