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Winter Holidays


Dec 1 Bifocals At The Monitor Liberation Day -- Our hearts fill with compassion today for co-workers stuck wearing bifocals at the PC. Shed a tear as their heads bob up and down, in and out, trying to read the monitor, trying to decide which set of lenses to use.
Dec 5 Bathtub Party Day -- Almost everyone nowadays takes showers, so here’s a day to recall some of the luxury of days gone by. Invite a few friends. 
Dec 13 Pick A Pathologist Pal Day -- Pathologists and coroners are an especially jovial lot, and befriending one of them offers an ongoing reminder than “tomorrow” is not necessarily a guarantee.
Dec 15 Cat Herders' Day. If you can say that your job, or even your life, is like trying to herd cats, then this day is for you, with our sympathy.
Dec 16 Barbie and Barney Backlash Day -- If we have to explain this to you, you don’t have kids.  It’s the one day each year when mom and dad can tell the kids that Barbie and Barney don’t exist. 
Dec 21 Humbug Day -- Allows everyone preparing for Christmas to vent their frustrations.  Twelve humbugs allowed. 
Dec 29 Tick Tock Day -- Time runs out! All those dreams you've had, all those fantasies? It's time, friend. Do it!
Dec 30 Falling Needles Family Fest -- Now that the Yuletide tree’s been up for weeks and hasn’t been watered since a couple of days before Christmas, gather the gang around and watch the needles gently fall one by one. Live it up! Dance barefoot.

Jan 2 Happy Mew Year For Cats Day -- Felines, ever above mere humans in the great chain of being, have a day unto themselves to celebrate the “mewness” of a new time.
Jan 3 Memento Mori -- "Memento, mori, Latin for "Remember, you die," is also the title of a novel by Muriel Spark. We suggest posting the words at home and at work, not to be morbid, but to remind us to cherish all that we have today, for tomorrow may never arrive.
Jan 4 Dimpled Chad Day --This is a day to commemorate all the dimpled chads of the world, left over from various and sundry contested elections. Chads, roasted in garlic, make an excellent sprinkle topping for salads.
Jan 8 Show & Tell Day at Work -- Since students have show and tell at school, adults should get to do the same. 
Jan 17 Judgement Day -- Now you don't have to die to see how you measure up to your deity's standards. Just look in the mirror, wait for the answer, and go out and give it another shot.
Jan 22 Answer Your Cat’s Question Day -- If you will stop what you are doing and take a look at your cat, you will observe that the cat is looking at you with a serious question. Meditate upon it, then answer the question! 
Jan 23 Snow Plow Mailbox Hockey Day -- It's wintertime, and time for Snow Plow Drivers everywhere to see how many rural mailboxes they can knock over. Twenty extra points for boosting one into the next township.
Jan 25 A Room of One’s Own Day -- For anyone who knows or longs for the sheer bliss or rightness of having a private place, no matter how humble, to call one’s own. 
Jan 30 National Inane Answering Message Day -- Annually, the day set aside to change, shorten, replace or delete those ridiculous and/or annoying answering machine messages that waste the time of anyone who must listen to them. 

Feb 5 Move Hollywood & Broadway to Lebanon, Pennsylvania Day --  We have lots of room, friendly folks and Amish farms.  Former home office of David Letterman Show, Lebanon is now the safe haven for residents and tourists to serenely indulge in their world famous bologna and the Wertz family homemade candies.
Feb 7 Wave All Your Fingers At Your Neighbors Day -- After all the challenges we and our neighbors have faced, it’s time to put it all aside for at least one day. Wave “hello” to everybody, and mean it.
Feb 11 Satisfied Staying Single Day -- With Valentine’s Day coming up, some singles wish to let the rest of us know that single is fine and that it’s okay saving money not spent on flowers and candy, unless they’re for yourself.
Feb 13 Get a Different Name Day -- For the pity of millions of us who hate our birth names.  On this day we may change our names to whatever we wish and have the right to expect colleagues, family and friends to so address us.
Feb 17 Who Shall I Be Day?  Hundreds of people have their opinions as to who we are. Today is the day we decide who is right. Today we determine our identities all by ourselves.
Feb 20 Northern Hemisphere Hoodie-Hoo-Day -- At high noon (local time) citizens are asked to go outdoors and yell "Hoodie-Hoo" to chase winter and make ready for spring, one month away. We had a ball in 2004! Click on this holiday for pictures and more.
Feb 22 For the Love of Mike Day -- Who is Mike and why are we supposed to love him?
Feb 23 Curling is Cool Day -- Offer up a worldwide embrace for an Olympic sport the entire family can play! If you don't get it, you ain't cool.
Feb 26 For Pete's Sake Day -- A world wonders: after all these years, who is Pete and why do we do or not do things for his sake?