Ever feel like you’re just spinning around and around? Don’t worry – we all are, all the time! Earth’s Rotation Day is a little reminder that we’re all spinning out of control, and there’s nothing that we can do about it.
What better way to unwind than with a hot, soapy bubble bath? Bubble Bath Day encourages you to relax, so light the candles, play some soothing music and lose yourself in a favourite book for an hour or so.
Thank your postal worker, rain or shine you get your mail.
Date When Celebrated : Always January 8th
Ladies, here is a day that you can thoroughly enjoy! On Male Watcher's Day, you get the opportunity to go out and watch the guys. After all, they have their fun watching the ladies. Now, it's your turn, to hoot and holler.
You can perform your Male Watching just about anywhere that suits your fancy. Popular places include:
It is okay to perform Male Watching discreetly, or quite visibly. Single, unattached ladies may prefer to be seen male watching.......for obvious reasons.
Sorry guys...we did not find a special ""Girl Watcher's Day"" for you. But, then isn't every day Girl Watcher's Day?
Our research did not discover the origin or the creator of Male Watcher's Day.
We found numerous Ecard companies and calendars sites with this special day. But, we did not find a single site with any factual information about this day.
Seldom does the word â??germâ?? mean anything remotely positive. The very sound of the word makes your nose curl up in disgust â?? you really donâ??t want to be catching any germs! You recoil in horror as your friend says â??Donâ??t come too close; Iâ??ve got a cold.â?.
There is one sort of germ that you might not be too worried about catching, however: A Joy Germ!
A Joy Germ is a little germ of joy that is spread by smiling at people, making people laugh, and generally spreading happiness everywhere you go. Imagine a day where everyone is smiling, laughing and spreading happiness â?? thatâ??s Joy Germ Day!
Itâ??s very easy to participate. The first step is to park your cynicism at home. The second step is to go out into the world. The third step is up to you â?? just feel the joy, and spread it around!
Remember back in school when it was your turn for Show & Tell? You got to bring in your pet, your baby brother, or a medal you’d won and be the proud centre of attention for a few moments. Such fun should not have to end once you are grown up! Why not make the most of Show & Tell At Work Day, and celebrate what areas of life make you unique with the rest of the group?
Whether it’s a hobby, something you’ve made or won, bring it in to work on Show & Tell Day and get to know your colleagues a little better as everyone shares like a child again for a few moments. A bit of fun to break up the normal routine is always appreciated, and you never know what sort of interesting discoveries you might make about your workmates and what they get up to in their spare time!
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We’ve all got a favourite knitwear pattern, right? Heck, most people suffer sleepless nights trying to prioritise plaid over tartan. Well this is the day where argyle fans get to come out loud and proud. Yes, finally you can dig out all thirty-six pairs of socks you’ve hidden at the back of the wardrobe since Christmas and pair them off with the spoils of raiding your grandad’s golfing gear.
For the uninitiated, argyle is one of the myriad habadashery designs created by the Scots, this particular one the official motif of Clan Campbell of Argyll in western Scotland. Heavily adopted by players of the national sport, “a good walk ruined”, it features diamond shapes in contrasting colours and endless opportunities for garish golfing fashion faux pas.
How then to mark this auspicious cotton-picking party? Short of a full-on pilgrimage to the Highlands, surely eighteen holes of outlandish clashing as you walk the fairways and greens as you would the runways of New York or Paris is mandatory. Follow that with haggis, shortbread and a knitting lesson from granny, in which you invent your own family’s official colour scheme, and you’ll have had yourself an Argyle Day to remember.
This form of caramel has a pleasant crumbly snap and marries well with nuts and chocolate. Enjoy it plain or infuse baked goods with shots of its buttery goodness.