Why People Create Holidays

It seems people will do crazy things to make a day turn into a holiday.

Naturally, because of this, there are hundreds of holidays most people don’t even know about.

Here is an example: yesterday was World Vegetarian Day, and today is World Farm Animal Day. Crazy, right? Well, not so much.

In this world, people constantly have ups and downs in their life, and they want things to celebrate. Creating holidays give people a reason to celebrate, though some people argue you don’t need a reason to be happy and have fun.

I am one of those people, but I still think creating holidays can be a fun and unique way to pass time and enjoy yourself. Since there are so many other holidays, calendars don’t list them all. They mostly list the normal holidays such as Easter, Christmas, Hanukah and Kwanza, among others. They also show holidays like National Dog Day and Grandparents Day, but not many others.

I used to be subscribed to a website that emailed you every day with a list of holidays that happened on that day. And it wasn’t things like Christmas or Halloween, it was stuff like National Pear day and Motorcycle Awareness Month. True story.


7 thoughts on “Why People Create Holidays

  1. National Pear Day is a little extreme. But the periodic major Holidays are a nice way to break up the monotony of everyday life. (Squish!)

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