Prior to the recent shift of Day light savings time, April 1st on a Monday made for some PO'd radio listeners. DJ would come in and start doing all his time checks 1 hour ahead and might mention about the time change over the weekend, (which was not until the next weekend). Made for some interesting calls from listeners... Some of which only included 4 letter words
Back it down, eastbound! You got a bear in the grass in a plain black wrapper takin' pictures at 21.4!
Seriously, it's an April Fool's joke.
FWIW, the only time I've ever heard 'break' used on amateur radio, the context was "break break break priority traffic National Weather Service Taunton". What NWS Taunton [WX1BOX] was breaking was a SKYWARN net and the traffic was a tornado warning.
I've heard "ten-four good buddy" a few times on 2M and maybe once on 75M. It's usually a sure sign that someone's operating under the influence.