So, how many of you have to recover from making your own holiday?
1). National "Joe" Day: National Joe Day is a chance to change your name, if only for today. Many people do not like their given name, and theyÂ wish they could change it. A few actually do. On National Joe Day, it is perfectly okay to have everyone call you "Joe."Â I answer to "mom", so why not "Joe."
2). National Exchange Day: The National Exchange Club â€“ a service organization with 700 clubs and approximately 22,000 members throughout the United States and Puerto Rico â€“ will celebrate its 101st anniversary in March 2012. Founded in 1911 in Detroit by businessmen who wanted to â€œexchangeâ€ ideas, the Exchange Club moved its headquarters to Toledo in 1917. If you want to know more than go to http://www.nationalexchangeclub.org/index.htm
3). Viagra Day: Yes, the little blue pill has its own holiday now. How funny is that? And no, I'm not touching this one or saying anything more.....
4). Quirky Country Music Song Titles Day:
Put on that cowboy hat and get out your banjo, Â because it's Quirky Country Music Song Titles Day. Creating new wacky country song titles is all what this holiday is about, andÂ I'm going to try and listen to some of those titles that are already out on the market.Â I found some titles that are just WAYYYY out there. Remember these are REAL song titles.
- Am I Double Parked by the Curbstone of Your Heart?
- Billy Broke My Heart at Walgreens and I Cried All the Way to Sears
- Cow Cow Boogie (Moo Moo My Love)
- Does Your Chewing Gum Lose Its Flavor On The Bedpost Overnight?
- Drop Kick Me Jesus (Through The Goal Posts Of Life.)
- I Wish I Were A Woman (So I Could Go Out With A Guy Like Me)
- If I Had a Nose Full of Nickels, I'd Sneeze Them All Atchoo!
http://www.allowe.com/Humor/book/Actual%20Song%20Titles.htm This site has probably 200 titles of wacky country music songs. Check it out!
I would not suggest celebrating #3 and #4 together, but if you do, I don't wanna know about it. LOL