Bonza Bottler Day is a monthly celebration that occurs on the day when the number of the month coincides with the number of the day. It will next take place on January 1. Can you believe that Bonza Bottler Day has been in existence for over 35 years? The only times we celebrate in a month are during birthdays, life events, or commemoration of national events. But until the creation of Bonza Bottler Day, we never had a reason to celebrate a month for what it is — a month. Bonza Bottler Day allows us to celebrate and have fun every month with friends and family.
History of Bonza Bottler Day
We say that Bonza Bottler Day is a celebration of each month of the year. Our calendar as we know it can be traced back to 735 B.C., during the reign of the founder and the first emperor of Rome, Romulus. Although the calendar had 12 months, only 10 of them were officially named, and the rest of the days of the year were regarded as a period of government and military inactivity. The calendar year began in March (Martius), in honor of Mars, the god of war, and ended in December, the tenth month.
Numa Pompilius, the second emperor of Rome, made additional calendar modifications in 713 B.C., as the calendar grew more important to the Roman state. The first was the introduction of two new months, January (Ianuarius) and February (Februarius). The second was the assignment of an odd number of days to each month, bringing the total number of days in a year from 304 to 355. Intercalation was introduced to ensure that the calendar is in sync with the seasons. In some years, additional days can be added in the second half of February. January and February were originally added after the end of the liturgical year, but by 450 B.C., the former was widely accepted as the year’s first month.
The introduction of intercalation resulted in political abuse of the calendar. Since the length of intercalations was determined by the Pontifices, they utilized the device to lengthen the term of an ally and shorten that of an opponent. When Julius Caesar became ‘pontifex maximus,’ he decided to clear the mess by combining the good points of the Egyptian, Roman, and Greek calendars. The Numa calendar was transformed to a fixed 365-day calendar with a leap year length of 366 days every fourth year. In 45 B.C., the calendar came into effect.
Pope Gregory XIII introduced the Gregorian calendar, which was based on the Julian calendar, in 1582. The calendar was first adopted in Spain, Portugal, the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth, and most of Italy, and it wasn’t until 1752 that Britain and the American colonies began using it.
Bonza Bottler Day timeline
Romulus devises a 10-month calendar that focuses on the agricultural period of the year.
Numa Pompilius reforms the Roman calendar, introducing January, February and an intercalary month.
Julius Caesar transforms the calendar into a fixed 365-day calendar.
Pope Gregory XIII refines the Julian calendar, making it ideally in sync with the seasons.
Bonza Bottler Day FAQs
What is a Bonza Bottler?
Bonza Bottler is of Australian origin. When an Australian likes something, they sometimes exclaim “Bonza!” meaning ‘super’ or ‘fantastic.’ Bottler is slang for “something excellent.”
Why is Bonza Bottler Day celebrated?
Elaine Fremont created Bonza Bottler Day as a reason to celebrate every month of the year.
Who is Bonza Bottler Day for?
It is not restricted to people in a particular age group. Bonza Bottler Day is a day for everyone, both young and old, to party and have fun.
Bonza Bottler Day Activities
Organize a party
Bonza Bottler Day is a celebration, and the best way to mark the day is by having a party. The key to the success of any party is proper planning. You need to ensure there are enough food and drinks to go around, music, and games. Set ground rules for your invitees based on the type of party you want to host to avoid having your house converted into a shambles.
Do a poll
How many people know about Bonza Bottler Day? We don't believe many people are aware of it. To gauge the popularity of Bonza Bottler Day, conduct a poll on social media. You can explain what Bonza Bottler Day means, how it began, and other fascinating facts based on the results. This article should assist you in getting started on those topics.
Share fun facts about the months
Like mentioned earlier, Bonza Bottler Day is like a celebration of each month of the year. There are a lot of fun facts on the internet each month in a year, including the origin of their names, their birthstones, and major events. Check them out and share them with your friends on social media or during your Bonza Bottler Day’s party.
5 Interesting Facts About The Months
The ember months have similar naming roots
September, October, November, and December were named after the Latin word for seven, eight, nine, and 10.
March was the first month
Before introducing the Julian and Gregorian calendars, the Ancient Romans began their calendar year in March.
February serves a special purpose
Julius Caesar designed February to adjust the days in the year.
May is a bad month for marriage
It is generally considered bad-omen to marry in May — marry in May, and you’ll rue the day.
January is the coldest and warmest month
January is, on average, the coldest month in most countries in the Northern Hemisphere and the warmest month in most parts of the Southern Hemisphere.
Why We Love Bonza Bottler Day
Bonza Bottler Day gives a reason to celebrate every month
If you're like the average person, you rarely have a cause to celebrate unless it's your or a loved one's birthday. That is where Bonza Bottler Day comes in. It is an opportunity to relax and have fun every month for no apparent reason.
Bonza Bottler Day is fun
What offers more fun than a properly organized party? We don’t think they are much. Get together with friends, eat, drink, dance, play games, watch movies, and more. The number of things you can do during a Bonza Bottler Day is limited based on your imagination.
Bonza Bottler Day is an opportunity to reflect
Since Bonza Bottler Day occurs every month, you can use the day to reflect on the previous months’ activities, your successes and failures, and your goals for the new month.
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