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Google's April Fool’s Day Post Is Oh-So-Relatable, Seen Yet? – News18

Google's April Fool’s Day Post Is Oh-So-Relatable, Seen Yet? – News18


Last Updated: April 01, 2024, 17:29 IST

The internet agreed to Google’s latest post. (Photo Credits: Instagram)

In their latest Instagram post, Google India conveyed their Monday blues just like the rest of us and hoped that this day would have been an April Fool’s prank.

Starting your work week and overcoming Monday blues are quite challenging to achieve. Mondays are disliked by most people. For some, Monday means getting up early and going to work, while others regard it as the end of a peaceful weekend. Despite how unappealing the week appears, it is unavoidable. This year, the month of April started on a Monday and on the same day, people across the world are commemorating April Fool’s Day. Interestingly, Google took the opportunity to make a relatable post on this unique occasion.

In their latest Instagram post, Google India conveyed their Monday blues just like the rest of us and hoped that this day would have been an April Fool’s prank. Google, on their social media page, requested if anyone could convince them that Monday was only a hoax. The text on the post read, “Kehdo ki yeh Monday bas ek prank hai.” It showed them sharing a close-up screenshot of the search result that displayed the date and day on Google. The caption mentioned, “Reminder no one asked for: It’s monday again.”

The post went viral as soon as it was up and most users could not stop laughing. One user stated, “Couldn’t have agreed more,” while another jokingly complained, “Google itna vi related post nahi karna tha.”

A working professional who suggestively is off on Monday jokingly shared, “Meri Monday ko chutti hoti hai.” Some others who are quite motivated to start their work stated, “Monday is the best day for people like me who just want to wake up, get strong and achieve dreams.”

April Fool’s Day, celebrated annually on April 1, is an opportunity to add some fun to our regular life. It is a time-honoured custom in which people can have harmless fun and laugh. While its exact roots are unknown, this custom has survived across cultures throughout history. This day is a fun time for friends, family and coworkers to share jokes, tricks and practical pranks.

While many stories are associated with it, the most popular one dates back to the 16th century. France adopted the Gregorian calendar in 1582, replacing the Julian calendar established by the Council of Trent in 1563. April Fools’ Day can be traced back to ancient Roman celebrations like Hilaria. During Hilaria, individuals would dress up in disguises and mock one another, similar to the present tradition of playing pranks.



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