Everyone’s heard of weird holidays like Houseplant Appreciation Day (Jan. 10), right?
A website’s available where you can look up these unusual days — which range from serious to silly.
Knowing what designated “day” it is can be useful for bloggers (providing unique subjects to write about), teachers (provoking interesting ideas for focused classroom studies), fundraisers (offering funky fundraising themes), parents (for homeschooling ideas as well as arts and crafts projects) and, of course, everyone who wants a reason to party.
Have you heard of the following official “days”? And can you imagine some zany activities your friends/coworkers/classmates/students can do to enjoy them?
-Wear a Brown Shoe Day
-Learn Your Name in Morse Code Day
-Peculiar People Day
-White Shirt Day
-Don’t Cry Over Spilt Milk Day
There are lots more where these came from, too! Some days have been designated to celebrate six different things.
So find something to commemorate, plan some festivities and celebrate today!