Beginning with the Irish productions and ending with media across the water, we take a look at the best and worst April Fools jokes the Irish and worldwide media have to offer our fair isle this year.
Clever pun, terrible 'joke'.
Anyone want to tell Anne Anderson?
However - and I think we can all agree - if any radio personality was going to be the ambassador, it would be Joe Duffy.
While any mention of tax is bound to get people hot under the collar (thank you) it would be the cheapest tax in the land considering the one day of summer we get most years.
Literally anything written about North Korea seems to turn out to be a hoax these days. Can we trust no-one?!
The Metro Herald
A lot of people seem to believe this one.
Irish Daily Mail
Michael D to be knighted while on UK visit.
Paper version only, not online yet.
Very believable, very exciting but unfortunately very fake.
The Huffington Post
Taking private speech lessons to lost the Welsh accent was a touch of genius in this story.
A lot of Scotland related jokes today - The Guardian went with the idea that Scotland would drive on the right to send a signal that they're part of the EU.
The Irish Echo
Following on from the controversy over the possible Sky GAA deal, this is a brilliant April Fools, enraging the Irish at home and giving the ex-pats a false victory. No free GAA for you... except in pubs, clubs and online.
No matter what we do, Irish media will never beat Jill Biden, the wife of American Vice-President Joe Biden on April's Fools pranks. Speaking on the Rachel Ray show, Biden revealed that his wife is fantastic at pranks.
"One April Fool's Day... we get in Air Force Two, we're flying and I'm saying, 'where the hell is Jill?'" Biden said. "And I open up the baggage compartment on top, above, you know? And she jumps out of the compartment. This is the Second Lady of the United States of America jumping out of the overhead baggage compartment."
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