Again in English?
Well, why not?
I must say that I got caught for your remarks in English in my last post January the second (Kum, Bea, Berna, Rosana, Lara, Isa...). You know, when I lost my abilities in writing Spanish, I felt a bit puzzled. I was afraid, too. But now I can face my new life being a foreigner with more confidence. It´s very nice to have polyglot friends, just in case.
Reading letters from friends abroad, I´ve known about some fool holidays around de world, but I suspect most are from USA.
Here is the little list of silly and bizarre celebrations for January 2011.
I admit some of these celebrations can't be checked. I don´t know who made them up, but here we are:
Month of January
• National Soup Month
• Apple, Apricots, Artichoke and Asparagus Month (all begining with A?)
• National Clean Up Your Computer Month
Silly celebrations Days in January
2 Happy Mew Year for Cats Day
3 National Chocolate Covered Cherry Day
5 Saint Joint Day (in Spanish: Día de San Canuto)
7 I'm Not Going To Take It Anymore Day
8 Bubble Bath Day
9 Positively Penguins Day
10 Step in a Puddle and Splash Your Friend's Day
12 Feast of the Fabulous Wild Men Day
13 Make Your Dream Come True Day
14 Dress Up Your Pet Day
16 National Nothing Day
16 Appreciate a Dragon Day
17 Pig Day
18 Winnie the Pooh Day
19 National Popcorn Day
21 Squirrel Appreciation Day
22 Answer Your Cat's Questions Day
23 Measure Your Feet Day
26 Cockroach Race Day
30 Inane Answering Message Day
31 National Gorilla Suit Day
If you want more details, or more days, you better look up in the following links:
(By the way, before I forget it, I must thank Jackie Balwin, from Story Lovers World, for the links).