Elon Musk released a rap song. A comedian is leading the Ukraine presidential elections. Listening to Skrillex can keep mosquitoes away. Here are ten stories that seem like April Fools’ Day pranks, but aren’t. (Pretty much every political story over the past two years could be on this list…)

+ Here’s a list of some of the “real” April Fools’ pranks, though none of them are as weird as the real stories above.

+ April Fools’ Day should have been officially canceled in 1985 when George Plimpton set a standard that will never be matched. The Curious Case Of Sidd Finch. (The first letters in each word provides a key hint: “He’s a pitcher, part yogi and part recluse. Impressively liberated from our opulent life-style, Sidd’s deciding about yoga.”)

+ Donald Trump has celebrated April Fools’ Day 9,451 times since becoming president. (And that doesn’t include his time on the golf course.)