When : Always November 21st
False Confession Day is today. I bet you have been waiting for today, in eager anticipation. For some unknown, yet wacky reason, the creator of this day, thought it would be fun to encourage false confessions.
Did you do it or not? If you did, mum's the word today. But, if you didn't do it, then today is your day to offer up a false confession.
While this day sounds like a lot of fun, use caution while participating. A false confession can get you in a heap of trouble in a hurry. So, please don't make any false confession that will cause injury or harm to you or others.
Here are a couple of our do's and don't's as examples:
Don't falsely confess to a crime.
Don't falsely report someone lost, killed or injured.
Don't falsely confess a relationship or love affair.
Do confess to kissing your dog on the lips.
Have a happy False Confession Day!!
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Record breaking attempts that are especially visual can be chosen for filming for this years Guinness World Record Day newsreel and shown world-wide.
Pictures of attempts can also be sent into the Guinness World Record and may be used for publicity on the website or even included in next years book.
In both 2009 and 2010, more than 300,000 people took part in attempting to break more than 50 different records.
World Hello Day is a secular holiday observed annually on November 21, to express that conflicts should be resolved through communication rather than the use of force. Participants verbally greet ten people or more on that day as an expression of the importance of personal communication in preserving peace. The annual global event began to be celebrated in 1973 as a response to the Yom Kippur War.
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