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New Year's Day
10...9...8...7...6...5...4...3...2...1... Happy New Year! For many of us waking up on Jan. 1, New Year's Day, it's a time of ...
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National Spaghetti Day
Though the origins of spaghetti are disputed—whether it was Marco Polo bringing back culinary invention from the East, and Arab ...
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National Trivia Day
Here's a little-known fact: Jan. 4 is National Trivia Day! The trivia craze has been a part of popular culture ...
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National Dress Up Your Pet Day
It’s National Dress Up Your Pet Day on January 14, and we want you go to all out. Celebrate by ...
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National hat day
Hats, hats, hats … where do we even begin? There are so many varieties in so many different styles! Where ...
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Would you believe that humans have been eating popcorn for over 5,000 years (and some historians believe longer)! While it ...
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national cheese lovers day
Have you ever wondered how the first human discovered cheese? We’ve wondered that too, and we’ll probably never find out ...
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National Hugging Day
Open up your heart … and your arms, this January 21. It’s National Hugging Day! As you might guess, this ...
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Celebration Of Life Day
Celebration of Life Day is January 22! Although you should be appreciating your children and grandchildren every day, this holiday ...
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Blonde Brownie Day
Are blondes really more fun? That question may be up for debate on any given day, but on January 22—National ...
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National Pie Day
Three weeks into January... need an excuse to indulge since you've been so good with your diet resolutions? Yeah, we ...
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community manger appreciation day
Community Manager Appreciation Day is celebrated annually on Jan. 23 and was created by Jeremiah Owyang in 2010 as a ...
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beer can appreciation day
On Jan. 24, we celebrate Beer Can Appreciation Day in remembrance of the historic, monumental, and thirst-quenching day beer was ...
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When Marcellus Gilmore Edson first patented peanut butter in 1884, he probably didn't realize it would become a taste sensation ...
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national opposite day
Is it National Opposite Day? Is it not Opposite Day? Or is it not not Opposite Day? Now even I ...
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National Spouses Day
Romantic beach getaways, jointly-filed taxes, shared meals, buying your first home, trips to Ikea, and lots and lots of babies ...
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Dear Chocolate Cake, It was love at first bite. You may come in many forms: layered, molten, bundt, fluffy, mousse-y, ...
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If you feel the ground trembling beneath your feet on January 28—don't fear! It is simply the beginning of the ...
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National puzzle day
Jan. 29 is National Puzzle Day, the perfect day to do a little brain exercise. Whether it’s a crossword, jigsaw, ...
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national croissant day
While most of us know it as a french speciality, the croissant actually originated in Austria under the name "kipferls" ...
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National Hot Chocolate Day
Few beverages are as deep-rooted in culture of Americans’ collective childhood quite like hot chocolate. This drink reminds us of ...
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national freedom day
Let Freedom Ring! National Freedom Day on Feb 1. was founded to celebrate the freedoms we enjoy as U.S. citizens ...
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Groundhog Day
Are we in for 6 more weeks of winter? Only a groundhog named Punxsutawney Phil knows for sure. Each year ...
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National Wear Red Day
Despite all the attention we pay to cancer rates, heart disease is still the #1 killer of women. On National ...
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World Cancer Day
Sooner or later, it seems, cancer has an impact on us all. That's why World Cancer Day on February 4th ...
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national eat ice cream for breakfast day
Surprisingly, National Eat Ice Cream for Breakfast Day was invented in New York in the middle of the winter. Created ...
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There are few things that can affect our day — or inspire small talk in an elevator —quite like the ...
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Super Bowl Sunday
On the first Sunday in February, America's love affair with football springs into full bloom. After 16 hard-fought matches spanning ...
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National Frozen Yogurt Day
You scream, I scream, we all scream for...Frozen Yogurt? Yes! Frozen yogurt is the delicious, creamy treat we all love ...
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Have you ever gotten excited when you open the mailbox and you find a hand written card or letter? We ...
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National Boy Scout Day
On February 8 we celebrate National Boy Scout Day to honor those who are trustworthy, loyal, helpful, friendly, courteous, kind, ...
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National Pizza Day
It’s hard to imagine that before World War II, pizza was little known outside of Italy or Italian immigrant communities ...
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National Umbrella Day
Dolly Parton once said that if you want the rainbow, you've got to put up with the rain. Although she ...
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It's February 11th, and you know what that means! No? Well, it's National Inventors' Day, and we should all be ...
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National Plum Pudding Day
Did you know plum pudding contains no plums? That's because raisins were often called "plums" in 17th century Great Britain ...
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National Tortellini Day
Tortellini is the pasta of legends. As the story goes, the Goddess Venus had come to stay at a tavern ...
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Galentine's Day
Galentine’s Day is a holiday about joy, laughter, fun, and women. To quote the great Leslie Knope on the TV ...
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Valentine's Day
Valentine’s Day really did start as a feast day for St. Valentine, the patron saint of love and affection. But ...
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Singles Awareness Day
It's so okay to be single. Like, really. Recent Census figures show that over half of all Americans, ages 16 ...
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national almond day
You can toss them in a salad, ground them into flour, use them for a healthy alternative to milk, or ...
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Random Act of Kindness Day
If you’re anything like us then you are constantly mumbling things to yourself like, “People these days are just rude ...
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National Drink Wine Day
Believe it or not, there was a time when wine was more widely consumed than water. During the Dark Ages, ...
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National Tug of War Day
If your only introduction to the game of tug of war was at summer camp or in elementary school, you ...
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Love Your Pet Day
There are many things that differentiate humans from the rest of the animal kingdom, but one of the more unusual ...
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National Muffin Day
Can you think of something more universally loved than muffins? English muffins have been spotted in kitchens as far back ...
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National Sticky Bun Day
What goes better with coffee than something a little sweet, nutty and possibly oozing with caramel. Yup, you know what ...
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Walking The Dog Day
February 22 is Walking the Dog Day! This day combines two of the most happy-making things we have in this ...
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National Margarita Day
Created in 1938 in Mexico, the margaritas—the south of the border inspired cocktail that allows us to celebrate any occasion—has ...
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No one quiet knows the origin of this wagtastic holiday, but we all know that dogs love these treats.  Created ...
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On February 23, we celebrate National Chili Day — a moment to celebrate the legendary dish that is both divisive ...
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National Tortilla Chip Day
Did you know that inventor of tortilla chips is said to be an American, Jose Martinez of San Antonio, Texas? ...
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National Clam Chowder Day
There are few things as comforting as a bowl of warm clam chowder on a winter’s day, so it’s wonderful ...
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National Trivia Day
Sometimes great things really do come in small packages. Known as the “happy nut” in China and the “smiling nut” ...
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International Polar Bear Day
Polar bears are some of the coolest creatures on the planet, and they live in some of the coldest places ...
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National Chocolate Souffle Day
Get your spoons ready, February 28 is National Chocolate Soufflé Day! The chocolate soufflé is the height of French decadence ...
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National Peanut Butter Lover's Day
I love peanut butter. You love peanut butter. We are peanut butter lovers. While National Peanut Butter Lover's Day is ...
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National Read Across America Day
March 2 is National Read Across America Day, a day to celebrate our favorite activity! The day was established by ...
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National Day of Unplugging
Do you have multiple cell phones? Constantly Snapchatting every move and find it hard to get through a meaningful conversation ...
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National Proofreading Day, celebrated each year on March 8, is a day to promote error-free writing. We all make typos, ...
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National Hug a G.I. Day
March 4 is the only day on the calendar that’s also a military command — march forth! — so it’s ...
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National Grammar Day
On March 4, we let our inner nerd out for National Grammar Day! The day was established in 2008 by ...
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National Absinthe Day
On National Absinthe Day, observed each year on March 5, we celebrate the drink known as “the green fairy.” Absinthe ...
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National Oreo Cookie Day
On National Oreo Cookie Day (March 6) we celebrate America’s number one cookie. With crisp chocolate cookies and creamy filling, ...
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National Frozen Food Day
On March 6, we celebrate subzero sustenance with National Frozen Food Day. The day was established by President Ronald Reagan ...
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National Dress Day
On National Dress Day, we celebrate the most versatile and fun article of clothing there is — the dress! Fashion ...
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March 6 is National Dentist’s Day, a day to celebrate the men and women who keep our chompers chomping, our ...
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National Be Heard Day
Celebrated March 7, National Be Heard Day is observed across the country by small businesses... plus the 150 million people ...
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Pancakes. Does the mere mention of the word send your taste buds into overdrive? If so, National Pancake Day is ...
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International Womens Day
International Women's Day (March 8) is a global day celebrating the historical, cultural, and political achievements of women. The day ...
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National Barbie Day
Throw on some Aqua — March 9 is National Barbie Day! In 1959, an 11-inch tall bombshell made her debut ...
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National Meatball Day
Meatballs are probably a gift from the Heavens—there are early recipes for meatballs are found in ancient Chinese, Arabic and ...
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National Pack Your Lunch Day
Remember the good ol’ days when your mom used to pack you lunch in elementary school? You’d trade kids for ...
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National Promposal Day
Get out your hot glue gun, because it’s National Promposal Day on March 11! The promposal, the act of asking ...
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national girl scout day
Steel your resolve. Dieters, beware! There are Girl Scouts everywhere, and they’re all trying to sell you kryptonite … aka, ...
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National K9 Veterans Day
Are you excited for National K9 Veterans Day this March 13, or are we barking up the wrong tree? Our ...
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National Napping Day
We’re yawning as we write this. That’s not a joke; we’re tired. We think a nap would probably help us ...
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national-pi-day
3.14159265359.... need we go on? Celebrated on March 14 each (yes, that's 3-14), Pi Day not only commemorates a very ...
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National Potato Chip Day
America’s #1 snack food, potato chips, is recognized on Mar. 14 annually. Potato chips are thin slices of potato either ...
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Ides of March
Beware the Ides of March! Why, you ask? On March 15 (“ides” roughly corresponds to 15) in 44 BC, Julius ...
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National Kick Butts Day
Get ready to kick some butts this March 15! We’re not talking about beating people up — we want you ...
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national artichoke day
March 16 is National Artichoke Hearts Day, a day to celebrate and chow down on these nutritious, delicious plants. Artichokes ...
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St. Patrick's Day
We’re giving you the green light to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day this March 17! We know you’ve commemorated this holiday ...
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National Awkward Moments Day
Remember that time you enthusiastically waved at your friend, but soon realized that they were a complete stranger? What about ...
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National Corn Dog Day
While the jury's still out on knowing exactly who invented the corn dog, one thing is certain: It's about as ...
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Spring Equinox
The Spring Equinox, also known as the vernal equinox, is one of the four solar festivals of the year. The ...
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If you’re looking for a sign, this is it. Get ready to get engaged this March 20, because it’s National ...
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national crunchy taco day
This is not for the soft hearted by any means. Today is for the rough, rugged and crunchy. That's right ...
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national goof off day
Bueller … Bueller? What does everyone’s favorite All-American movie hero and your little sister have in common? They both like ...
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Prepare yourselves for an overdose of cuteness, because March 23rd is National Puppy Day! Established in 2006, National Puppy Day ...
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Red Nose Day
Get your red nose at the ready, March 24 is Red Nose Day! This special holiday got its start in ...
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International Waffle Day
International Waffle Day was first celebrated in Sweden, and soon spread like batter tall over the world. It started as ...
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National Spinach Day Header
Do you remember this song? “I’m Popeye the sailor man (toot toot); I live in a garbage can!” What does ...
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National Spanish Paella Day
Paella is a delicious dish which deserves its own holiday, so on March 27 we celebrate National Spanish Paella Day ...
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Respect Your Cat Day
Did you know today is Respect Your Cat Day? It's the day to celebrate you and your feline bestie! Your ...
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Our economy couldn’t run without small mom and pop businesses. They create economic growth and provide almost 70% of all ...
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National Doctors' Day
Today is National Doctors' Day (March 30), an annual observance aimed at appreciating physicians who help save our lives everywhere ...
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We're fortunate enough to have access to the most powerful computers to date, but what would you do if you ...
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april-fools-day
When that first day of April rolls around, have you ever found yourself reaching for the sugar for your morning ...
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National Peanut Butter and Jelly Day
National Peanut Butter and Jelly Day is celebrated every year on April 2. Did you know that the average American ...
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World Party Day
If you’ve been looking for an excuse to get your party on, we have the perfect day for you! World ...
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Hug a News person day
Warm up those hugging muscles, because on April 4, we’re showing our appreciation for newspeople in a big way. That’s ...
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National Deep Dish Pizza Day
Oh, pizza. Is there a single food more universally beloved that is also so incredibly divisive? The most contentious of ...
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national walking day
If you’ve allowed your fitness resolutions for the New Year to lapse, National Walking Day is the opportunity to rekindle ...
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Student Athlete Day
We have a question for you: do you love memes? Memes like this? “dentist: you need to stop grinding your ...
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National Burrito Day
Would you rather change genders every time you sneezed, or not be able to tell the difference between a baby ...
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World Health Day
World Health Day is held on Apr. 7 every year to commemorate the founding of the World Health Organization (WHO), ...
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On April 7, 1933, President Roosevelt took the major first step toward ending Prohibition and signed a law allowing people ...
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Even if you've never tried empanadas, there's a good chance you've had one of their distant (and delicious) cousins. Originally ...
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Winston Churchill Day
Winston Churchill Day is celebrated on April 9 because on this day in 1963 President John Fitzgerald Kennedy signed a ...
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National Siblings Day
Started to commemorate siblings that had passed away while they were very young, National Siblings Day has become a political ...
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National Pet Day
If you consider your pet a member of the family, you are definitely not alone—six out of ten pet owners ...
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Grilled Cheese Sandwich Day
National Grilled Cheese Sandwich Day is on April 12, the perfect day to celebrate the gooey goodness of melted cheese ...
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Between breakfast, widely branded as the day's "most important" meal, and dinner, the meal we spend all day waiting for, ...
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National Ex Spouse Day
On a level from one to Adele, how are you feeling today? When we tell you it's National Ex Spouse ...
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National Husband Appreciation Day
There are many words for this amazing man. Partner. Spouse. Hubby. Husband. Hunk … hopefully. We love and appreciate our ...
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Easter
Bunnies, eggs, sugar highs, oh my! We know Easter as a day filled with vibrant colored eggs, children scavenging and ...
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national cheese ball day
When you hear the word “cheeseball,” you probably think of that ugly Santa-and-Rudolph sweater that your Aunt Janice wears every ...
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National Tax Day
Federal income taxes were first introduced in the U.S. in the early 1860's to help fund the Civil War—and over ...
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National Garlic Day
April 19 is our favorite day of the year—National Garlic Day! Did you know that garlic was worshipped by Egyptians ...
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National Look-Alike Day
Ever heard the saying “there’s someone else out there who has the same face as you?” According to you, it’s ...
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national day of silence
Started by the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network (GLSEN), the Day of Silence, held annually on a Friday during ...
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Earth Day
The first Earth Day was a "teach-in" focused on engaging thousands of students on a sunny, spring day in 1970 ...
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National Jelly Bean Day
Created and made popular in during the Civil War, jelly beans have always, and will forever be one of America's ...
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National Picnic Day
Okay, we have a confession—we love picnics. Whether we're going outside with a four-course meal or spreading a blanket on ...
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Did you know that the iconic flag of England is much more than just a red cross over a white ...
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National Pigs in a Blanket Day
If the phrase "pigs in a blanket" conjures up images of darling newborn piglets swaddled in warm fluffy blankets you ...
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ANZAC Day
On Apr. 25, we observe ANZAC Day, one of Australia’s most important and revered national occasions. ANZAC stands for Australian ...
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National Telephone Day
Can you imagine a world without telephones? How would you get in touch with someone? Send a messenger or possibly ...
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Would you believe pretzels got their start in the Catholic Church? Supposedly, starting in the 7th Century A.D., monks presented ...
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prime-rib-day
National Prime Rib Day, celebrated on April 27, is a feast day in honor of this classic cut of the ...
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The earliest American Arbor Day took place toward the start of the 1870s — right around the time when Yellowstone, ...
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International Dance Day
International Dance Day was created in 1982 by the international dance council to highlight the amazing diversity and talent of ...
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Happy National Shrimp Scampi Day!
April 29 is National Shrimp Scampi Day, and on this day we celebrate the delicious dish of shrimp cooked with ...
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We know the different types of lies. We’ve spared someone’s feelings or fudged the truth just a little or maybe ...
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Raisin Day
On National Raisin Day on April 30 we celebrate to America’s favorite sun-soaked snack. When it comes to raisins, there ...
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May Day is universally celebrated, but in different ways for different reasons. With roots going all the way back to ...
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Happy National Brothers and Sisters Day! Today is dedicated to the people that made your childhood memorable—and your siblings. (Just ...
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National Teacher's Day
Anybody who’s anybody probably has a great teacher (or three) to thank for inspiring them. Teachers are an integral part ...
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Paranormal Day May 3rd
Do you believe in ghosts? Whether you’re a skeptic or psychic, National Paranormal Day might just be the holiday for ...
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Lock up your Ewoks and get your light sabers in the air, because May 4 is Star Wars Day! That’s ...
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National Password Day
World Password Day—which falls on the first Thursday of May—was created to raise awareness about the critical need for good ...
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Cinco de Mayo
Ready for a fiesta? Cinco de Mayo is coming up on May 5 and we all know you’re itching to ...
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national hoagie day
National Hoagie Day is May 5th. The hoagie sandwich is usually made on a long Italian roll or French bread, ...
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British consultant Mary Evans Young battled anorexia nervosa, body image issues, and bullying for years. After seeing other women suffer ...
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National Nurses Day
At the end of the 19th century, "The Lady With the Lamp"—or as she is more widely known, Florence Nightingale—founded ...
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Tourists get a bad rap, which is a little funny, considering that anyone who's done any traveling is likely guilty ...
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National Tourism Day takes place on May 07, 2017. This day is observed during National Travel and Tourism Week in ...
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If the very thought of Have a Coke Day on May 8 makes you want to break into song, you’re ...
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Grab a glass of vino and toast to National Moscato Day! Every May 9, we celebrate the tasty white wine ...
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Receptionists Day
National Receptionists Day is the day we recognize all of the things that receptionists bring to our organizations. It is ...
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World Migratory Bird Day
Time to un-ruffle your feathers, folks, because May 10 is World Migratory Bird Day! At least four thousand different species ...
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If the fictional character Bubba from the movie Forrest Gump had his way, every day would be National Shrimp Day ...
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Restricting yourself from your favorite foods can be difficult. That is why, on May 11, we celebrate National Eat What ...
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National Limerick Day
National Limerick Day, held every year on May 12, pays homage to the man who made the short poems widespread ...
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Grab a fork and a napkin, because Apple Pie day is coming this May 13. Talk about a holiday you ...
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national fruit cocktail day
The term fruit cocktail conjures up childhood memories of finding a sweet surprise at the bottom of your sack lunch, ...
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In 1961, the Peace Corps adopted the slogan “The toughest job you’ll ever love.” No offense, Peace Corps, but that ...
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National Buttermilk Biscuit Day
There’s nothing quite like a flaky, buttermilk biscuit paired with jam, honey, maple syrup, or butter to send your taste ...
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We might not know which came first — the chicken, or the egg — but when it comes to chocolate ...
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Brunch enthusiasts and cocktail fanatics mark your calendars — May 16 is National Mimosa Day! This classic mixed drink, which ...
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National Walnut Day
They may not be as popular as almonds or peanuts, but let’s give walnuts their due respect: they’re great for ...
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Whether you're a mother, father, sister, brother, or roommate, no one likes dirty dishes. That is why on May 18, ...
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Animal lovers and conservationists unite, because May 19 is National Endangered Species Day. This is a day for raising awareness ...
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National Pizza Party Day
That’s right — National Pizza Party Day is coming up on May 19, and we are here for it! If ...
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National Devil's Food Cake Day
Rich in flavor and moist in texture, devil’s food cake is a favorite for chocolate-lovers. They get their chance to ...
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National Be a Millionaire Day
Can you believe that term 'millionaire' first appeared in 1816? Today, there are more than 12 million millionaires all around ...
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National Waiters and Waitresses Day
On May 21 give yourself the day off from cooking and dine out to celebrate National Waiters and Waitresses Day ...
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International day for Biological Diversity
If you’re looking for a day to show your love for our planet, why not celebrate International Day for Biological ...
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On May 22 we honor the life and legacy of Harvey Milk, the first openly gay politician in California and ...
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Created by the United States Congress in 1933, National Maritime Day is a holiday that both honors and celebrates the ...
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On May 23, we celebrate our favorite sweet and chewy treat on National Taffy Day. Taffy has a long history ...
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National Scavenger Hunt Day
Did you know there’s a day made for that inner adventurer in you? Look no more, because National Scavenger Hunt ...
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National Brother's Day
When you were growing up, you may have envied only children. They never had to share their dessert, they were ...
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When our ancient ancestors in the Fertile Crescent mistakenly fermented their grapes into wine more than 7,000 years ago, little ...
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national paper airplane day
Let your inner child fly. National Paper Airplane Day is celebrated every year on May 26 to commemorate the aeronautical ...
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Don't fry today! Today is National Sunscreen Day also known as "Don't Fry Day", celebrated every year on the Friday ...
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Unless you live in Texas, you might not have too much truck with the cut of beef known as brisket, ...
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The hamburger is a classic staple of western culture. Historically, it's most likely that the first hamburger sandwich first appeared ...
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For many Americans, Memorial Day evokes the smell of burgers on the grill and the image of summertime. But Memorial ...
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National Learn About Composting Day
Get out your gardening gloves, May 29 is National Learn About Composting Day! Compost can be made from kitchen scraps, ...
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Did you know 120,000 mint juleps are sold during Derby weekend in Louisville? Although this cocktail, traditionally served in a ...
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Macaron or Macaroon? Well, May 31 is definitely National Macaroon Day and it is most assuredly an American holiday as ...
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In 2012, the UN General Assembly declared the first ever Global Day of Parents. Since then, it has been held ...
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June is Pride Month, a month to celebrate gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer, and asexual people, plus all other sexual ...
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The olive has its roots in a traditional Mediterranean diet, but it’s enjoyed worldwide these days. So National Olive Day ...
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National Men's Health Month
June is National Men's Health Month! This month is all about encouraging the men in your life (including you, men ...
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The birds are chirping with delight and the angels are singing today ladies and gentleman! It's National Donut Day! On ...
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Eggs aren’t just for breakfast anymore. Even the king of burger joints, McDonald’s, is now offering eggs all day on ...
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National Cheese Day
Like many of humanity's greatest inventions, cheese was likely a mistake. Legend has it that an ancient merchant left milk ...
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Did you know that, in ancient Egypt, cats were worshipped and revered? They were seen as symbols of grace and ...
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National Civic Day of Hacking
Each year, we celebrate National Day of Civic Hacking on June 4, a nationwide day of action created by the ...
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National Moonshine Day
The homemade liquor, moonshine, has a rich history in American culture. It conjures memories of prohibition, fast cars, stills in ...
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World Environment Day
It's finally summer, and what better time to get outside and help us celebrate World Environment Day? Observed on June ...
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Russian Language Day
It’s time to take a quick trip to the Eastern Hemisphere, because June 6 is Russian Language Day! Being the ...
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It seems like yo-yos have been around forever and that's because they have; we're talking over 2,000 years! Some belive ...
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Here's a little known chocolatey morsel of info—chocolate ice cream was actually invented before vanilla. You heard right—the earliest ice ...
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World Oceans Day
Since 2002, The Ocean Project has coordinated World Oceans Day on June 8. With about 2,000 global partners, they celebrate ...
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Don’t miss the chance to tell your best friend, bestie or BFF how much you love them this National Best ...
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National Donald Duck Day
Back in June 9, 1934, Donald Duck made his debut in The Wise Little Hen. But he wouldn't meet Mickey ...
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Tea has been around from time immemorial, but iced tea didn't burst onto the scene and win over America's hearts ...
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National Corn on the Cob Day
Sweet corn is far from being the new kid on the block. It goes back to around 9,000 BC, and ...
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National Loving Day
Celebrate your loved one on National Loving Day! Every June 12, we honor the United States Supreme Court's 1967 decision ...
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National Men's Health Week
National Men's Health Week is June 12-18, the week leading up to Father's Day, because what better way to celebrate ...
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National Sewing Machine Day
Do the names Elias Howe or Isaac Singer mean anything to you? If you’ve ever taken a Home Ec course ...
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National Bourbon Day
What happens when you combine corn, limestone, white oak, fire, and time? You get one of the best-loved alcoholic spirits ...
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Every year, on June 14th, countries all around the world celebrate World Blood Donor Day. The holiday was established in ...
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It can be hard to imagine that anyone would deliberately want to harm an elderly person, but unfortunately, elder abuse ...
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National Fudge Day - June 16 Ever hear anyone exclaim, “Oh, fudge!” when they’ve screwed something up? Like the Slinky, ...
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National Eat Your Vegetables Day
On National Eat Your Vegetables Day on June 17, we celebrate the joy and deliciousness of eating straight from the ...
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Father's Day
Ah, dads. Where would we be without them? No one to show us how to properly tuck a sweatshirt into ...
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June 18th is International Sushi Day, and the first year it was celebrated was in 2009. International Sushi Day was ...
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Observed annually on June 18, National Go Fishing Day is a great day to take time from your daily routine ...
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National Martini Day
Do you prefer it dry, dirty, shaken, or not stirred? That's the question we're all asking on National Martini Day, ...
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Gummy bears, sour straws, chocolate—oh my! This June is National Candy Month, meaning you can eat all of these and ...
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Summer Solstice - Postmates
As the sun creeps up over the hills and into your town on June 20 (or the 21st, depending on ...
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Celebrate the United States’ national symbol on National American Eagle Day! On June 20, we set aside time to raise ...
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Each June 20, the globe comes together to honor World Refugee Day. The United Nations General Assembly launched the holiday ...
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Happy International Yoga Day!
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International Yoga Day
Roll out your mats, find your om, and break a sweat because it's International Yoga Day on June 21! You ...
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National Selfie Day
June 21 is National Selfie Day, a day to celebrate your selfie and yourself! Whether you take selfies for your ...
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The last week in July is all about celebrating the fabulous .... moth! Butterflies' less-beautiful cousin, moths are nothing to ...
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National Onion Ring Day
If you’ve got a craving for all things deep-fried, National Onion Rings Day is the holiday for you! On June ...
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National Take your dog to work day
Most of us dread the standard 8-to-5 workday, and we can’t wait for the weekend to arrive. But if there’s ...
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Each June 23, the U.S. celebrates National Hydration Day. Proper hydration is vital to living a healthy life, but it’s ...
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National Kissing Day
Humans love kissing. Whether it’s watching the two love interests in a movie finally share a kiss as the credits ...
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International Day of the Sea Farer
Get ready to set sail, because June 25 is the Day of the Seafarer. This is day for seafarers of ...
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Each June 25, the international community comes together to celebrate World Beatles Day. This holiday pays tribute to the Beatles ...
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National Chocolate Pudding Day
It was the lunch table trump snack. If you looked in your sack lunch and saw a Snack Pack, SwissMiss, ...
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Everyone loves a good set of shades... so why not grab your best sunglasses and make some waves at the ...
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We’re bubbling with excitement to tell you about National Tapioca Day on June 28 when you can explore this less ...
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National Hug Holiday
Hugging is a simple way to express many different types of affection, from friendly, to intimate, to familial. It's an ...
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Social Media Day
First there was the telephone, then the fax machine, then social media — a revolutionary way of communicating. Since its ...
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On June 30, International Asteroid Day will have everyone looking toward the skies. The holiday was founded after the 2014 ...
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International Joke Day
I tell ya, muggers are jerks, but you still gotta hand it to them. (Laugh track!) And thus begins another ...
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July 1-7 is Clean Beaches Week, an entire week to celebrate our beautiful beaches and ensure they stay clean, safe, ...
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This July is National Ice Cream Month, and you have Kentucky to thank! In 1984, Senator Walter Dee Huddleston of ...
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World UFO Day
"I want to believe." These are the words of notorious X-Files hero Fox Mulder, who convinced an entire generation that ...
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Stay Out Of The Sun Day
Hang up your beach towels, don your coziest attire and prepare for an all-day Netflix marathon, because believe it or ...
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This July 3-9 is the week we've been anticipating all year—Be Nice to Joisey (oops, Jersey) Week! We have to ...
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Independence Day
We're all familiar with the famous phrase "life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness." But did you know those words ...
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National Bikini Day
Grab your sunscreen—it’s National Bikini Day this July 5, and it’s the perfect opportunity to head to the beach. National ...
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National Fried Chicken Day
Fried chicken is a greasy, deliciously indulgent comfort food enjoyed by millions all over the world. But did you know ...
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International Kissing Day
We all remember our first kiss—it was completely exhilarating, probably awkward, and may have involved braces. But kissing is an ...
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Strawberry Sundae Day
Hot summer days call for a sweet, refreshing treat. Strawberry Sundae Day is Jul. 7 and there is no better ...
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National Video Game Day
There’s no better time than now to dust off that old Nintendo and haul your prized collection of video games ...
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Sugar Cookie Day
Arguably one of the greatest holidays of all time, National Sugar Cookie Day falls on July 9 each year and ...
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National Kitten Day
Kittens! Who doesn't love tiny, adorable kittens? ...their big heads, giant eyes, tiny pink paws and noses, and the adorable ...
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National Pina Colada Day
A frosty and delightfully creamy concoction of pineapple, rum, and coconut cream, the Piña Colada, was first created in Puerto ...
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Amazon Prime Day
July 11 is Amazon Prime Day, a holiday to celebrate the anniversary of Amazon! Amazon celebrated the first annual Amazon ...
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Free Slurpee Day
Each year, approximately 7,290,000 gallons of Slurpee are consumed worldwide. For comparison, that’s enough sugary substance to fill TWELVE Olympic-size ...
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World Population Day
Sure, you might know that there are more than 7 billion people on earth right now, but how often do ...
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National Simplicity Day
It’s time to get back to basics and celebrate National Simplicity Day! The holiday falls every year on July 12 ...
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Chicken Wing Day
Let’s run through this again. Waterfalls of ranch dressing? Check. Gobs of blue cheese? Check. Handy wipes? Check. An insatiable ...
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National French Fry Day
When it comes to the tastiest French fries on the planet, everyone seems to have an opinion. It’s a time ...
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Mac and Cheese Day
It’s perhaps the king of comfort foods, the dominant dish of America, and a favorite of all ages all over ...
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National Pandemonium Day
Ready to dive into all things unpredictable on Pandemonium Day this July 14? The word “pandemonium” first appeared in the ...
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National Give Something Away Day
Imagine a day when you could clean house and get rid of clutter, show someone that you care, gift small ...
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Corn Fritter Day
High summer is peak season for delicious corn, so what better day to celebrate National Corn Fritter Day than July ...
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Ice Cream Day
Surprising to some, President Ronald Reagan is the person to thank for designating the third Sunday of July as National ...
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Emoji Day
Communication in the Internet Age now goes far beyond pressing send on a simple text message. Check your social media ...
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Nelson Mandela International Day
Nelson Mandela has many accolades. He's  an iconic figure that triumphed over South Africa’s apartheid regime. He was a human ...
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World Listening Day
Shhh… do you hear that? It’s the sound of World Listening Day approaching on July 18. World Listening Day is ...
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National Hot Dog Day
For the uninitiated, National Hot Dog Day may sound pretty straightforward. It’s a celebration of grilled wieners and toasted buns, ...
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Daiquiri Day
National Daiquiri Day is celebrated each year on July 19, where people across the United States fill their glasses with ...
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Moon Day
Why is the moon important? Could it be the tides? Could it be that it lights up our skies at ...
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Junk Food Day
We all deserve to indulge once in awhile! National Junk Food Day is on July 21 and we have the ...
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Hammock Day
Rest easy because National Hammock Day is on July 22. We have the best restorative gifts, celebration ideas, and more ...
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Gorgeous Grandma Day
Maybe you call her Nana. Maybe you call her Granny. Maybe you call her when you’re in trouble because you ...
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National Cousins Day
National Cousin's Day is celebrated each year on July 24. This is the perfect day to let all of your ...
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National Tequila Day
They say tequila won’t fix all your problems, but we say it’s worth a shot. And this July 24, you’ll ...
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Hot Fudge Sundae Day
There are many cities that claim to be the home of the hot fudge sundae, but they've all got one ...
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Aunt and Uncle Day
Aunts and uncles are the best — they're like moms and dads, with all the fun and none of the ...
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National Scotch Day
Observed each year on July 27, National Scotch Day celebrates the iconic whisky. In order to be considered scotch, this ...
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National Milk Chocolate Day
Calling all chocolate lovers! National Milk Chocolate Day is celebrated annually on July 28. When solid chocolate is combined with ...
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World Hepatitis Day
World Hepatitis Day is a public health holiday held each year to promote awareness about hepatitis, a group of infectious ...
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Lasagna Day
You don’t have to have an Italian heritage or be a fat, orange cartoon cat to celebrate National Lasagna Day ...
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National Lipstick Day
Believe it or not, lipstick has been popular for hundreds and hundreds of years all over the globe! People have ...
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National Cheesecake Day
Separately, cheese and cake are beloved all over the world.  But taken together, they attract a veritable cult following.  Cheesecake ...
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Day of Friendship
We have a question for you—would you say your friendships enrich your life? The United Nations General Assembly loves their ...
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National Dance Day
Launched in 2010 by “So You Think You Can Dance” co-creator Nigel Lythgoe, National Dance Day is now a nation-wide, ...
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National Mutt Day
Dogs are known as man's best friend, and there are oodles of national (and international) holidays to prove it! National ...
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National Girlfriends Day
On August 1, we celebrate National Girlfriends Day, a day to thank the female friends that help us keep it ...
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National Spiderman Day
As August 1 arrives, it’s important to remember one thing: with great power comes great responsibility. Now you, a Spider-Man ...
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National Coloring Book Day
Coloring is no longer just for kids these days. In fact, adult coloring books seem to be the latest wellness ...
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Ice Cream Sandwich Day
Celebrated every year on August 2nd, the unofficial holiday is also known as National Ice Cream Sandwich Day in the ...
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National Watermelon Day
Did you know that watermelon is 92% water? No wonder it's so refreshing! People have been digging into this tasty, ...
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National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day
We sure do love our cookies, and on National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day we honor the most beloved cookie of ...
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National Underwear Day
August 5th is National Underwear Day, so let us just brief-ly say why we love underwear! Underwear didn’t always used ...
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International Beer Day
Raise a glass to International Beer Day! What better way to celebrate the joy of drinking beer but to have ...
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National Today
Ground from the seeds of a mustard plant, mustard is one of America’s favorite condiments. Food lovers can celebrate this ...
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National Sisters Day
Maybe you have an older sister that you look to for guidance. Maybe you have a younger sister who is ...
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National Friendship Day
Friendship is an age-old institution that crosses boundaries of religion, culture, age, income level, and education. So it may come ...
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World Cat Day
The Ancient Egyptians were the first civilization to harness the glory of the feline. Nearly 4,000 years ago, they domesticated ...
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National Book Lovers Day
From clay tablets in the third millennium B.C. to e-books in the second millennium A.D., books have played a crucial ...
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Spoil Your Dog Day
We really love dogs, and National Spoil Your Dog Day is the ultimate in making our love of dogs official ...
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National Today
No matter how tough our kids might make our lives from time to time, we all love our children. But ...
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National Today
Each August 12, the world celebrates International Youth Day, a holiday set aside to focus on the difficulties faced by ...
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National Bowling Day
National Bowling Day is observed yearly on the second Saturday in August. While it's possible that bowling style games originated ...
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National Financial Awareness Day
August 14 is National Financial Awareness Day, and although it might not seem like a blast, when you think about ...
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National Relaxation Day
While you won't make it far in life without putting your best foot forward, it's hard to avoid burnout without ...
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National Tell A Joke Day
In our opinion, this day should be celebrated all year long. After all, who doesn't enjoy a good laugh? Granted, ...
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Black Cat Appreciation Day
They’re just as cute and cuddly as their other cat counterparts, but black cats often get a bad rap. Buck ...
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National Fajita Day
There's nothing better than the sound of a juicy cut of skirt steak sizzling over an open flame. Good news—today ...
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National Potato Day
National Potato Day is August 19, so if you like spuds, this one’s for you! Never celebrated this tasty tot ...
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National Today
World Humanitarian Day was established by the United Nations in 2009 to honor humanitarian aid workers throughout the world, both ...
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National Lemonade Day
This August 20, join your community in celebrating National Lemonade Day! Participating cities will have the chance to teach youth ...
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National Today
Do you have an elderly person in your life that you love and appreciate? August 21 —National Senior Citizens Day ...
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National Today
Who doesn’t remember the excitement of losing a tooth and waking up in the morning to a little something from ...
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National Today
Aching for some sponge cake baking? Break out the cake stand because August 23 is National Sponge Cake Day! This ...
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National Waffle Day
Whether you prefer them smothered in syrup, sprinkled with powdered sugar, or heaped with fried chicken, there's no denying that ...
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National Banana Split Day
Surprisingly, the banana split was born in a pharmacy rather than an ice cream parlor back in 1904. It was ...
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Dog Day
National Dog Day is August 26, so it's time to celebrate the pooch in your life or obsess over the ...
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Red Wine Day
People don't' need an excuse to drink red wine, but they'll gladly take it. Who do we have to thank ...
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National Today
When life hands you lemons, make lemonade! And when life hands you a chance to celebrate National Lemon Juice Day ...
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Everyone loves a good day at the beach, right? Celebrate your affinity for the coast on August 30 on National ...
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National Trail Mix Day
Observed each year on August 31, National Trail Mix Day honors the mix created as a healthy snack to be ...
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College Colors Day
GO BLACK AND GOLD! GO GREEN! GO CARDINAL! Across the United States today students, parents, family, faculty, fans, and alumni ...
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World Coconut Day
You can’t make a piña colada or a decent Thai curry without it, its water makes a great recovery drink, ...
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Labor Day
Do you get weekends off work? Lunch breaks? Paid vacation? An eight-hour work day? Social security? If you said "yes" ...
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National Cheese Pizza Day
Hold the toppings, please! National Cheese Pizza Day is celebrated annually on September 5 and who says you have to ...
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Beer Lover's Day
Beer and the process of brewing beer may predate our current understanding of history. The crafting of beer carries rich ...
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National Grandparent's Day
The smell of cookies baking. Memories of learning how to ride a bike. Celebrating holidays. Receiving little gifts just because ...
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Peanut Day
National Peanut Day is celebrated on Sept 13 every year by many to pay homage to the mighty and tasty ...
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Guacamole is typically considered a side dish or even just a sauce, but on National Guacamole Day we elevate this ...
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America’s favorite sandwich is honored every year on Sept. 18 with a melted slice of cheese. That's because it’s National ...
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National Pepperoni Pizza Day
Pizza might be most heavily associated with the Italians, but the pepperoni pizza is purely American. Served on more than ...
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International Day of Peace
Created by the United Nations, the International Day of Peace (or World Peace Day) on Sept. 21 is devoted to ...
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National Ice Cream Cone Day
How can you eat ice cream in your hands without making a mess? Before the invention of the ice cream ...
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Now considered a fine delicacy throughout most of the world, the crowd-pleasing crustacean has seen darker days. Pacific Standard Magazine ...
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National Cooking Day
It can be easy to get in a rut of constantly ordering takeout, heating-up frozen meals, or settling for a ...
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Drink Beer Day
Beer lovers unite! Grab an ice-cold beer (or two) and get ready to celebrate National Drink Beer Day on September ...
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National Coffee Day
Coffee is as integral a part of American culture as McDonald's, rock n' roll, and blue jeans. But if it ...
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International Podcast Day
Radio is so twentieth-century. It's practically 2020 already, and the world has long moved on from the world of radio, ...
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International Coffee Day
Originating in Ethiopia and tracing its first consumption to Sufi monasteries in 15th-century Yemen, coffee has been energizing people around ...
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Vegetarian Day
Did you know that approximately 10% of the world's population is vegetarian, and that India has the lowest per capita ...
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Homemade Cookies Day
With the average person consuming almost 19,000 cookies in a lifetime, it is no surprise why we celebrate National Homemade ...
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National Boyfriend Day
Someone wiser than us once said that boyfriends are like lottery tickets — you don’t know what you’ve got until ...
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Vodka Day
Vodka has its roots in the Russian word voda, which means "water." Allegedly first produced in Russia in the 9th ...
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National Taco Day
Observed annually on Oct. 4, National Taco Day celebrates the culinary fiesta that is a taco... loved and consumed by ...
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National Noodle Day
Can you believe that noodles have been around for over 4,000 years? Noodles are popular all over the world and ...
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World Smile Day
Let's see those pearly whites—it's World Smile Day! World Smile Day is celebrated on the first Friday of October every ...
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Columbus Day
"In fourteen hundred ninety-two, Columbus sailed the ocean blue." We've been saying this for at least a hundred years (and ...
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World Mental Health Day
World Mental Health Day is held on Oct. 10 every year to highlight issues of global mental health education, awareness ...
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National Sausage Pizza Day
The world of pizza toppings is a tough space to break into. There's a lot of great competition — from ...
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National Farmers Day
The profession of farming began around 12,000 years ago with the domestication of livestock as hunter/gatherers settled down and started ...
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National Dessert Day
Celebrated every year Oct. 14, people around the country love to indulge on National Dessert Day! Celebrated by way of ...
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World Maths Day
Since World Maths Day was founded in 2007 by 3P Learning, the popularity of World Maths Day has multiplied fast ...
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National Pasta Day
Who ever created pasta definitely knew what they were doing. Hundreds of years of Italian tradition go into this meal, ...
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Clean Your Virtual Desktop Day
There are exactly 365 days in a year, yet most of us neglect the condition of our computers. Technology is ...
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National Reptile Awareness Day
Godzilla. Reptar. Yoshi. The Geico Gecko. These are just a few of the famous reptiles we love. But on October ...
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Whether you crack 'em, peel 'em, bust 'em, or buy 'em already opened for you, we can all agree that ...
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National Pumpkin Day
Pumpkins are so much more than just a fun holiday decoration. Not only are they one of the best-known sources ...
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American Beer Day
National American Beer Day is observed by beer drinkers across the nation every year on October 27. There are over ...
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Did you know that chocolate is a fermented food?  Who knew! That's right, once the Cacao pods are picked, cleaned ...
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National Cat Day
Charles Dickens said it best: "What greater gift than the love of a cat?" Some 4 million cats enter shelters ...
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National Internet Day
The world wide web. The information highway. Cyberspace. The interwebz. We've all got a name for it, but no matter ...
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National Checklist Day
The more complex our lives get, the easier it is to make mistakes. Even the simple things can be forgotten ...
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Halloween
Ask any group of people which holiday is their favorite, and you're bound to find a handful that scream "Halloween!" ...
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National Author's Day
What can be better on a brisk day to curl up with your favorite book and spend a time drifting ...
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Day Of The Dead
Celebrated on November 2, Day of the Dead os a traditional Mexican holiday that stems from the ancient indigenous people ...
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National Sandwich Day
Observed annually on Nov. 3, National Sandwich Day is one of our favorite holidays. The sandwich is believed to be ...
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National Candy Day
They come in different colors, shapes ,and sizes. They smell sweet or taste sour. According to one famous ad campaign, ...
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S.T.E.M. - S.T.E.A.M. Day
There's no way around it: our children are significantly better off with strong science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics skills ...
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National Sundae Day
Today we celebrate National Sundae Day, held every year on November 11. These ice cream, chocolate sauce, and decadently-topped treats ...
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Singles Day
They say one is the loneliest number. But is it really? Could one really be the most fun number? That's ...
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Remembrance Day
Every country has a special day commemorating those who fought and died in the line of duty. Remembrance Day in ...
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World Kindness Day
The world can sometimes feel like a lonely place, with the grind of work and home. Take a moment on ...
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National Pickle Day
While the world of food is constantly seeing new innovations, there's one food type that just won't seem to quit: ...
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National Entrepreneur's Day
From the wheel to the commercial jet, and the taco to the microchip, radical inventions by brilliant minds have shaped ...
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National Unfriend Day
Dear Jimmy Kimmel, you are a gentleman and a scholar. On behalf of the users living in the digital era, ...
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Thanksgiving
In 1621, long before the birth of the United States of America, the Plymouth colonists and Wampanoag Indians shared a ...
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Black Friday
Legend has it that Black Friday got its name back in 1961, when pedestrians and cars overcrowded the streets of ...
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Small Business Saturday
In the age of Black Friday and Cyber Monday, it's easy to skip over the mom-and-pop shop for the big ...
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National Cake Day
You can eat it on your birthday, you can enjoy it by the ocean, or you can simple just have ...
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Cyber Monday
What has awesome deals like Black Friday but gives you the chance to shop in your pajamas from the comfort ...
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Giving Tuesday
What better way to feel better about ourselves after waiting in long lines to purchase things we don't need on ...
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National Mutt Day
Let's throw this day to the dogs! Not just any dog, though. Today, we toast to the mixed breeds of ...
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National Cookie Day
Who stole the cookies from the cookie jar? On National Cookie Day, who cares? These days, cookies have become the ...
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International Ninja Day
Back in 2003, Ninja Burger created International Ninja Day on December 5 as a way to celebrate the Ninja "speed" ...
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National Brownie Day
What is rich, chocolatey, chewy and life changing? That's right –– brownies. Every year on December 8th, brownie lovers come ...
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National Lager Day
Dec. 10 may not be the only day we enjoy this light, crisp, blonde adult beverage, but it sure is ...
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International Mountain Day
Mountains are some of the most interesting geological features that our world has to offer. Clear proof of the massive ...
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National Cupcake Day
Swirled with frosting, covered in sprinkles, dipped in ganache, or drizzled with chocolate, cupcakes are a one-of-a-kind dessert that are ...
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National Maple Syrup Day
Maine might have its lobsters, but Vermont has its maple syrup. For something so clear, it's sort of ironic that ...
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Answer The Telephone Like Buddy The Elf Day
There have been dozens of excellent Christmas movies released through the years, but perhaps none as lovable as Will Ferrell's ...
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Sangria Day
Sangria was first introduced during the Roman invasion of the Spanish region, where they added wine and other spices to ...
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National Crossword Puzzle Day
Did you know that the first crossword puzzle was created by Arthur Wynne and published on December 21, 1913 in ...
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Festivus
Festivus: it might have been made "for the rest of us," but this pop-culture holiday has become such a mainstay ...
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Christmas Eve
If there's anything better than Christmas, it's Christmas Eve. The anticipation of reindeer hooves pitter-pattering on the roof, Christmas Eve ...
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Christmas
There are so many things to love about the Christmas holiday—the winter-themed drinks, the festive parties, the outrageous decorations, the ...
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National Thank You Note Day
Think thank you notes don't exist these days? Think again... December 26 is National Thank You Note Day. Put your ...
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National Boxing Day
Did you know that boxing day originating in the UK? In the UK Boxing Day is known as a shopping ...
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National Bacon Day
Mmmm, bacon. Just saying the word makes us hungry. Whether you like your bacon on a burger, crumbled over a ...
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New Year's Eve
Did you know that the first places in the world to ring in the New Year are Samoa, Tonga, and ...
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