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Weird and Wacky Holidays

When most of us think of holidays, we think of days like Christmas, Hanukkah, New Years or Labor Day. Most of us don't think of Bubble Wrap Appreciation Day, National Superhero Day or Save the Rhino Day. Yet these observances are just as official as any other holiday. We just don't get to take these days off school.

Where Do these Wacky Days Come From?

Anyone can apply to their government or to the United Nations to have their day formalized. Unless the day is racist, sexist or otherwise hateful, it is usually accepted. This has led to some pretty strange holidays but making these days official also takes up a lot of time in the US congress. Let's check some out!

Wacky Holiday Highlights

January:

  • Penguin Awareness Day
  • Bubble Wrap Appreciation Day

    February:

  • Dump Your Signifigant Jerk Day
  • Wear Red Day

    March:

  • Pig Day
  • What if Cats and Dogs Had Opposable Thumbs? Day
  • Make Up Your Own Holiday Day

    April:

  • Check Your Batteries Day
  • National Wear Your Pajamas to Work Day

    May:

  • Save the Rhino Day

    June:

  • Hug Your Cat Day
  • Take Your Dog to Work Day

    July:

  • Air Conditioning Appreciation Day
  • Embrace Your Geekiness Day
  • Take Your Houseplant For a Walk Day

    August:

  • Girlfriend Day

    September:

  • Talk Like A Pirate Day
  • Hobbit Day

    October:

  • Evaluate Your Life Day
  • Haunted Refrigerator Day

    November:

  • World Kindness Day
  • Lighten Up Day

    Decmeber:

  • National Whiners Day

    Do you know any wacky holidays that we've forgot? !

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