There is an affluence of national holidays throughout the year that is passing by without the public knowing that they exist. According to the National Holiday Calendar, there are national “holidays” dedicated to anything one can possibly think of every day of the year.
There is a national day dedicated to “staying at home because you’re well” and even as far as a national “Mason jar day”. They hold our homemade lotions and jams which is one of the reasons the day was created. So the frugal people could show off their marmalade jars.
Due to this outrageous concept of making up new days for literally anything, there has recently been a riot in Berkeley, California about this issue. This brave group of people protested the irrational idea of having a national day, by suggesting a National “No more National Days” day. According to theonion.com, an incredibly honest and factual online news site, they have recently interviewed one of the protesters, Lyndsey Isabella Elordi.
“I think this is a growing issue that needs to be dealt with by our government. I mean, this doesn’t actually affect me but I wanted to gain the attention of doing something that people think will make history,” said Elordi.
Here are some of the national days on December 21:
National Maine Day
Anne & Samantha Day (also June. 21)
National French Fried Shrimp Day
Crossword Puzzle Day
Phileas Fogg Win A Wager Day
Winter Solstice – Day Between December 20 and 23
National Flashlight Day – Day of Winter Solstice
National Homeless Persons’ Remembrance Day – First Day of Winter
Yule – Day of Winter Solstice
National Ugly Christmas Sweater Day – Third Friday in December
Underdog Day– Third Friday in December