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Wednesday, March 08, 2006

Need to celebrate?

Tired of winter? Got the blahs? Need a reason to pop open that bottle of champagne in the back of your fridge? Every day is a holiday here at Bizarre American Holidays. Try to find something new to celebrate.

I looked up my birthday to see what holiday I should celebrate. July 11 is . . . . National Cheer Up The Lonely Day.

My kids birthday? August 24 is . . . . Knife Day

Tomorrow? March 9 is . . . . . Panic Day

Too bad we missed today. March 8 is . . . . . Be Nasty Day

Oh well, only 30 minutes left to be snarky.
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Blogger valbee said...

Did I read that right?? Did you just say that your twins' birthday is August 24??

Because August 24 is MY twins' birthday. :)

9/3/06 9:21 PM  
Anonymous Kat said...

Thank God I saw this link when I did! I might have missed Festival of Life in the Cracks Day! (Whatever that actually is.)

10/3/06 10:04 PM  
Blogger kristal said...

I've always wondered where to find that holiday list! It is ironic that my birthday is National Vegetarian Day. "Vegetables are not food. Vegeatables are what food eats."

{via Michele}

11/3/06 3:59 PM  

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