News for April 2

2 Apr

Watch this video that Westjet made as a April Fool’s joke.


Click here to look at the other photos of jokes that were pulled on April Fool’s Day.

Please leave a comment about what you think the jokes are about.  You can also leave a comment about pranks/jokes that you have pulled or that have been pulled on you.  Do you like jokes?  Do you have a similar “holiday” that you “celebrate” in your native country?


7 Responses to “News for April 2”

  1. Asuka April 5, 2012 at 5:57 am #

    Hi jen,

    I like the Westjet April fool’s idea but I heard from my friend that she came back from Cancun and when just before take off, The Westjet staff noticed cargo wasn`t closed or some happened around cargo so my friend stocked in air plane in few hours and got scared :0 (It`s real story when was last month.)

    I think parents consider about their kids will try skydiving experience lol

    • Jen April 5, 2012 at 12:32 pm #

      Hi Asuka,

      That’s terrible! Your friend must have been scared. How did he/she finally manage to get out? I hope that never happens to anyone again!

      Thanks for sharing your story.


  2. heydayeveryday April 3, 2012 at 12:58 am #

    Hi, Jennifer.
    We have a similar “holiday” in our native country.
    Usually, people invent a fiction, and if other people will believe it, then it is a good day for the inventor.
    I like it’s story…

    • Jen April 3, 2012 at 5:41 pm #

      Hi Andrey,

      Thanks for sharing this video. What a great April Fool’s joke! It was done in such a high tech way.

      What’s the “holiday” called in Russia?


  3. Jen April 2, 2012 at 9:30 pm #

    Hello ELSA 5 students (from the daytime class),

    If you’re reading this, you’re welcome to comment as well. You can show my ELSA 4 students how it’s done. I hope you’re all doing well!


    • Ivan April 3, 2012 at 8:30 am #

      Hi, Jennifer!
      I really liked this clip. It is a very good job!
      But I think that they (the penguins) are looks like ESL studenrs. They try to fly and we try to get to know English either. And I would say – as soon as “peng” fly, I will speak English fluently.

      • Jen April 3, 2012 at 5:43 pm #

        Ivan, I think that your English will be fluent long before penguins can fly! On the other hand, all it took was a great idea, some technology and some persistence to make penguins fly, so I’m sure that ESL students can become fluent English speakers by “doing the same things”.

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