In the U.S., April Fool’s Day has become a ‘third-rate holiday’

In the U.S., April Fool’s Day has become a ‘third-rate holiday’: ”
‘No April Fool’s Day cuisine, no April Fool’s Day songs, very few April Fool’s Day TV specials or movies and not a single icon, like a Pilgrim hat or a Santa, are associated with the day,’ Thompson noted.”
Measure of cultural significance?
Dans quel monde vivons-nous, au juste?

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French-speaking ethnographer, homeroaster, anthropologist, musician, coffee enthusiast. View all posts by enkerli

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