Hip Hip Hooray

Submitted by ub on Sun, 04/01/2018 - 09:54

It's Easter Sunday, Passover, April Fools Day and while City Images celebrate our sixth birthday all we can do or say is to follow our favorite cheerleader Olivia Gray who's proud and excited to say... Hip Hip Hooray!!!

Everyone knows Easter is a Christian holiday to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ. It’s about Almighty God, the Creator of our universe. He sent His one and only Son to earth on a rescue mission to die for our sins.

This weekend is also Passover when Jews celebrate the Israelites being freed from slavery in Egypt. For worldwide pranksters, its the day that you can fool friends, family members on Capitol Hill.

In the 20th century, April Fools became a global holiday, as journalists started to embrace the day by using it to show off their creativity and producing nutty pranks like this spaghetti tree hoax. An infamous 3-minute spoof broadcast on April Fools' Day 1957 by the BBC. It told a tale of a family in southern Switzerland harvesting spaghetti from the fictitious spaghetti tree, broadcast at a time when this Italian dish was not widely eaten in the UK and some Britons were unaware that spaghetti is a pasta made from wheat flour and water. Hundreds of viewers phoned in wondering about it, with some asking how to grow their own spaghetti trees.

In the 21st century, Google discovered that it’s fun to connect with customers utilizing this updated version of humor. Today, Imaginus Media proudly introduces the ambidextrous blog Newshooks, which allows not only the millions of global lefties to enjoy it, but right wing nuts will also like it. It gives our readers a chance to not only use it but to add new content rotated 180 degrees to ensure a better look.