6 National Answer Your Cat’s Questions Day
via: My Own Cup Of Tea
National Answer Your Cat’s Questions Day is celebrated on January 22nd. If you own a cat, you are to be aware of your cat on a more conscious level, and notice when your cat is trying to ask you something. Your job is to stop what you’re doing and try to figure out what your cat is asking, and do your best to answer the question.
5 National Failures Day
via: Freaking News
Couch Potatoes Unite! August 15th is your day. It is National Failures Day. Life not going the way you want it? Your family looks at you like a loser? Well this is not the time to wallow in self-pity. No, instead embrace your failures and recognize that without them we would never grow as individuals.
4 National Nothing Day
via: Moti Fake
National Nothing Day is an “un-event” proposed in 1972 by columnist Harold Pullman Coffin, and has been observed annually on January 16th since 1973. The purpose of the “anti-holiday” is to provide Americans with a day where they can just sit without celebrating, observing or honoring anything.