1. Coming of Age Day
This is a weird holiday from Japanese tradition. Its purpose is to celebrate and congratulate those who have turned 20 in the last year and help them understand about what it means to be an adult. It is held on the second Monday of January. It includes some traditional ceremonies, but in the end the twenty years old finish partying and drinking in some bar.
2. Get Over It Day
Everyone has something to get over, so for those who missed to do so there’s an opportunity on 9 March. Ex-boyfriends, ex-girlfriends, job stress, embarrassing moments, and so on – all are set to be forgotten on this day. If you don’t know if you have something to get over, just ask your friends what they mostly hear from you.
3. National Snowman Burning Day
The spring comes at March 20, so the time for the Snowman to go away has come. However, he has no legs and must be burned. This is not a holiday of weird and aggressive people who like burning things, it’s just the way they send the winter in the past and welcome the sunny spring days. The idea is to melt the Snowman. The Swiss first started to celebrate this holiday, but it’s also accepted in US.
4. Napping Day
According to Professor William Anthony from Boston University and his wife the Daylight Saving Time has some bad affection to people’s health, so it’s better for them to adjust on the new time. The best way – napping. That’s how they both founded this holiday. There’s not much to think about why people choose to celebrate it.
5. Hug Your Cat Day
People need hugging and cats need hugging. It brings well being so for those who allegedly have no time to hug their cats all over the year, they have to do that on 13 May or on any of the other days when this holiday is celebrated. If cat owners want to show more respect to their cats they can do a lot more on this day, like organizing cat party, for example. Believe it or not, it is celebrated worldwide.
6. International Respect for Chickens Day
May is the International Respect for Chickens Month, but 4 May is the Day when people should show some respect to the chickens and all other domestic fowls. Probably you guess, vegetarians founded this holiday to raise awareness about the way these animals are used in food industry, science, entertainment, education etc.
7. Lost Sock Memorial Day
On 8 May every year people who have tragically lost a sock can remember to the event and give an honor to their favorite cloth. This holiday is celebrated in many countries and it recognizes that every one of us has its favorite pair of socks, but, unfortunately, one of them disappears some day, leaving an emotional emptiness in our souls. This is the day when we should remember to the wonderful sock.
8. Sneak Some Zucchini onto Your Neighbors Porch Day
This is a holiday about sharing. On August 8 every one who owns some zucchini should leave a basket full of them onto a neighbor’s porch. It was founded by Tom Roy from Pennsylvania, who has stated that “due to the overzealous planting of zucchini, citizens are asked to drop off baskets of the squash on neighbors’ doorsteps.” Of course, every one accepted this new way of offloading the zucchini reserves. In a good manner, however.
9. National Leftovers Day
There’s a lot that has to be eaten on the Thanksgiving Day, so the leftovers are unavoidable. Celebration of this holiday means that you should eat everything that you left from the American big not weird holiday. Of course, it takes place on Friday right after the Thanksgiving Day, when the food is still edible.
10. Global Orgasm for Peace Day
The Global Orgasm for Peace Day was established in 2006 in order to emit positive energy to Earth. It was supposed for the participants to have an orgasm while thinking of peace, so the energy would be positive. It was founded upon some beliefs that it could change the energy field of the Earth. Knowing what’s happening in the world today, the results are not impressive, except or the participants.