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Both. It's probably a pagan holdover from the vernal equinox, and a fun bit of cultural goofiness.
Neither. It's a Carnival Day; social rules are suspended for a brief period.
Nope. It's New Year's day before the change of the calendar. It was considered too peasanty to celebrate the New Year on April 1, and "with it" and christian to celebrate on January 1. All those who celebrated on April 1 were fools.
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