Thursday, April 1, 2010

I just won the lottery.

I lovelovelove Miley Cyrus.



APRIL FOOL'S!
(Does anyone really know where the apostrophe goes in that? Let me know. Too lazy to Google it.)

2 comments:

Cassie said...

You have the apostrophe in the correct place. It is, in the case of "April Fool's (day)" possessive. April first is a fool's day. Glad I could help!

Jessica said...

Wikipedia seems to say otherwise, that it is spelled "Aprils Fools' Day" but it could be wrong, I'm not sure.