Days You May or May Not Choose To Be Celebrating In May……….Maybe

First of all the most important day in the month of May, “Mothers Day.” Which is the second Sunday in May.mom1

The entire month of May is “National Hamburger Month.” Anyone remember this guy…………….

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Blimpy from Popeye

The first of May is “May Day”. You are allowed on this day to act like a complete fool and dance around a May pole. Or, if a pole is not accessible to you, simply find a Polish person and some ribbons and go for it.

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The 1st is also “Mother Goose Day.” My favorite. Which I will explain why later on.

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“National Teachers Day” is Tuesday of the first full week of May. If you flunked those stupid logic questions teachers asked you in school, welcome to the crowd.

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Ditto

 

The 4th is “Bird Day.”

Um...no....sorry grandma, NOT that kind of bird.

Um…no….sorry grandma, NOT that kind of bird.

Perhaps this kind of bird….I think.

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“Cinco de Mayo.” (has nothing to do with mayonnaise) is on May 5th.

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Hello…Boss…..soreeee, I OD’d on a mayonnaise sandwich and I’m callin’ in sick

For all our dearly departed missing socks, May 9th is “Lost Sock Memorial Day.”

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Also on the 9th is “National Receptionist Day.”

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Um, do ya have a fire hydrant instead?

“Twilight Zone Day,” is celebrated on the 11th.

Cleveland?

Or Cleveland…..same thing.

“Limerick Day” is on May 12th. You know where I’m going with this one.

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Sniff………so touching

Ok…..can’t resist….one more

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Sniff for real….like in p-uuuuu

“Blame Someone Else Day” is on May 13th. Annnnnd, who is the most to blame for EVERYTHING!!!!!!!!!!

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Yep…his fault again

“Friday the 13th” is celebrated on (duh) Friday the 13th you idiot.

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Whew…….

To celebrate leprechauns we have, (why…who TF knows) “Leprechaun Day” on the 13th.

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The 16th is “Love a Tree Day.” If you’re love life sucks, this may be your only option pal. (think knot holes)

Soreeeeeee……couldn’t help myself.

OK....I'm not

OK….I’m not

Guess that answers that old question

Guess that answers that age-old question

If you’re a pack rat, the 17th of May is your day, “Pack Rat Day.”

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The 3rd Saturday of the month is “Armed Forces Day.” A MisfitWisdom salute to all of our members of the armed forces and veterans.

(A special and final salute to my uncle Arthur Francis who honorably served in WWII, and a decorated veteran with a purple heart medal. He passed away this week at the age of 93. R.I.P. uncle Arthur)

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“National Waiter and Waitress Day” is on May 21st.

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Um, we’re married…….no romance

One more for good measure………..on the demented side…..

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The 22nd is “World Goth Day.”

One of the most famous Goth's

One of the most famous Goth’s

“National Escargot Day” (eat slow) is on the 24th. Yum…..

In deference to "fast food."

In deference to “fast food.”

Also on the 24th is “Victoria Day.” (Canada)

Eh?

I SAID THE 24th IS VICTORIA DAY. TURN UP YER DAMN HEARING AID.

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How you know you’re in Canada

And, how to understand how Canadians talk.

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Eh…………?

And….for good measure, how to identify Canadian Geesecanada geese eh

Yes, we talked about mulch last week, and composting, and I slipped in this cartoon last week, but May 29th is “Learn About Composting Day,” so deal with it.

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“Save Your hearing Day” is on the 31st.

Works for me....

Works for me….

So, there ya have it…..knock yourself out picking all, or one of these days to celebrate.

Me, I’m going with “Mother Goose Day.”

Why you ask?

Need I say more.......

Need I say more…..mother…..

 

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Former disc jockey, (Dick Jones) 30 years, and author of, "I Could Have Been Famous But Sex, Love & Life Got In The Way" available at Amazon.com books, & Kindle, "The Covert Chamber" a mystery novel available at Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble, and "Forgotten" the story of two WWI pilots who were forgotten for over 70 years available on Amazon.com and Kindle
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