Fridays Are For One Question

Yesterday was St. Patrick’s Day. I neither wore green, nor got pinched, both of which were okay with me.

St. Patrick’s is no Christmas or New Year’s; but it’s not National Pancake Day either. Sort of a middle ground holiday.

But there are some strange ones out there – those holidays that slip through the cracks excpet for a very segmented group of people.

Onto today’s question:

What is the strangest holiday you’ve ever celebrated?

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2 Comments

  • Susan says:

    In my high school English Lit class, we celebrated Guy Fawkes Day. Guy Fawkes was some man who tried to kill King James I of England a few hundred years back. In England, they celebrate the day he was executed and burn an effigy on a bonfire. We didn’t get to burn any effigies, but my teacher made some yummy gingerbread-type dessert for our class that apparently goes with the celebration.

  • Sam Bui says:

    National Talk Like A Pirate Day. Arjay Gruspe also knew about this haha.

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