I’m Not Going To Take It Anymore Day

I’m Not Going To Take It Anymore Day

I’m Not Going To Take It Anymore Day is when we can fight back against all the injustices inflicted upon us.

Arrive late for work by putting yourself first, and spend some time buying yourself a present when you should be at your office or factory.

Don’t open any letters that look suspiciously like bills. And if you’ve always been cheerful and polite, but you’ve also never felt truly appreciated, then this is the day for the worm to turn. Be grumpy and non-communicative all day.

You could arrange mass protests, too. This could be customers complaining about bank charges at their bank, or people angry at their energy company for yet another huge price hike. I’m Not Going To Take It Anymore Day is also a perfect day for a strike…

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