… this is going to put a damper on National Mushroom Pizza Day, not gonna lie.
No, I meant the day I usually eat pizza is tomorrow. So I won’t be able to celebrate today.
TODAY IS THE INTERNATIONAL DAY OF LISTENING!
But where’s Mad Scientists’ Day?
That apparently depends on what elementary school you go to.
Here is both a money and time saving tip for all you savvy holiday decorators this year.
If you put up the right type of decorations in December, you can leave them up until January 20th for a festive Penguin Awareness Day display!
It’s national punctuation day, so here’s some to celebrate.
Happy International Happy Goose Day!
International Happy Goose Day is celebrated on September 29 every year. Also known as Michaelmas Day, the holiday initially celebrated the Archangel Michael but later became associated with geese because the date coincided with rent day in medieval England. Geese were a common form of payment, and many a citizen paid off their landlord with a goose tucked under their arm. Today the holiday is an excuse to munch on some tender roast goose, a bird that’s not eaten as frequently nowadays.
And this is enough to make the geese happy? Sounds more like International Worried Goose day. Or International Hiding Goose day.
Celebrate the lemur, the kind of animal that would go to the bathroom anywhere.