Today Is February 13
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Two thirds of people tilt their head to the right when they kiss.
When you kiss someone your heart beats faster and more oxygen reaches your brain.
More kissing in a relationship is related to how satisfied people say they are in that relationship.
Women tend to rate kissing as more important in relationships than men do.
Eating salmon helps hair grow faster.
Q: 21% of us don’t wash our hands after doing this. Doing what?
A: Change a diaper!
Food For Thought
Your hardest times often lead to the greatest moments of your life. Keep the faith. It will all be worth it in the end.
The difference between 4AM and 5AM is freaking late and extremely early.
Shower Thoughts @TheWeirdWorld
Research Proves Couples That Laugh Together Are In It For The Long Haul
If you're wondering what to do for Valentine's Day new research suggests that doing something that makes you both laugh could be the key to relationship success. Carried out by Jeffrey Hall from the University of Kansas, Hall concluded that what is really important is not finding a partner with a sense of humour, but finding a partner who shares the same sense of humour as you. Hall found that "playfulness between romantic partners is a crucial component in bonding and establishing relational security" and that laughter, "particularly shared laughter, is an important indicator of romantic attraction between potential mates."
Why Do We Give Chocolate For Valentine’s Day
Chocolate has become a standard Valentine's Day gift. It took centuries of myths, marketing, and traditions to write chocolate into Valentine's Day history.
The first people to connect love and chocolate were the Mayans. They started brewing drinks made from cocoa beans around 500 BCE—centuries before the first Feast of St. Valentine. This early hot chocolate was an important part of Mayan wedding rituals. The bride and groom would exchange sips of the beverage during the ceremony, foreshadowing chocolate's future status as a universal expression of love.
The Aztecs had a less wholesome view of the ingredient. According to legend, the emperor Montezuma II binged huge quantities of cocoa beans to fuel his romantic affairs. Chocolate does contain small amounts of tryptophan and phenylethylamine, two chemicals associated with feelings love and desire, but scientists say there isn't enough of either substance to make chocolate a strong aphrodisiac.
Stories of chocolate's effects in the bedroom persisted which might explain why candy-sellers embraced the sweet treats when Valentine's Day became popular. Cadbury debuted the first heart-shaped box of chocolates in 1861, and it was an instant success. The package was embellished with cupids and roses to appeal to customers shopping for Valentine's Day gifts. And once the box was empty, it could be used to store keepsakes like love letters and locks of hair.
It wasn't long before chocolates became synonymous with the newly-commercialized holiday.
Sweet Valentine’s Day Traditions From Around the World
1. Denmark Celebrates Valentine'S Day With Poems And Codes.
2. In Japan, It'S Tradition For Women To Give Men Sweets On Valentine'S Day.
3. In South Africa, Women Pin Their Valentine'S Name To Their Sleeves.
4. Thousands Of People Get Married On Valentine'S Day In The Philippines.
5. In Wales, Lovers Traditionally Gift Each Other Symbolic Spoons.
6. Valentine'S Day In Estonia Is About Friendship.
7. El Salvador Celebrates Valentine'S Day With A Loving Twist On Secret Santa.
Animals such as monkeys, dogs, cats, elephants and pigs all experience emotions similar to humans.
Peddle to the .........EEEEEK
A study has found amateur cyclists who try to cycle as fast as the professionals place their body under significant strain.Those who try pedalling rapidly at 90 times a minute, see their heart rate rise by 15 per cent and starve their muscles of oxygen.
New research has shown that walnuts may slow down cognitive decline in at-risk older adults.
Yum Yum Yum…..Ahhhhhhhhh
If the winter blues are bringing you down, consider changing your diet. A new study finds that healthier eating habits can relieve symptoms of depression, whether the dietary changes focus on weight loss or improved nutrition.
Feed Me!!! Maybe Not!!!!
Even the simplest recipes can cause chaos for folks in the kitchen according to a recent survey. On average, respondents said they forget four ingredients per month while cooking. And, over half admitted they’ve had a full-on kitchen disasters, prompting 31% to trash it and start from scratch.
Sniff Sniff Sniff
Researchers found that using a fragrance while learning, and then again while sleeping, increased the learning success and efficiency of a group of German students learning the English language.
On this day in music, February 13, 1960, Frank Sinatra launched his own record label, Reprise Records. The legendary singer’s initiative, which led to his nickname “The Chairman of the Board,” offered him the opportunity to gain more artistic freedom over his recordings. That concept became a founding principle of Reprise, which also sought to give its artists complete ownership of their work. Over the years, Reprise housed many monumental acts, including Jimi Hendrix, Neil Young, Joni Mitchell, and The Beach Boys.
In 1970, Black Sabbath released their self-titled debut in the UK, fittingly on Friday the 13th. Reportedly recorded in a single twelve-hour session in 1969, Black Sabbath has long been regarded as the first heavy metal album, while the title track is recognized as the first doom metal song. The eponymous record was released in the US in June 1970, where it received a Platinum certification by the RIAA.
In 1996, Take That announced their disbandment at a press conference in Manchester. One of the biggest groups of the 90s, Take That sold more than 14 million albums and 11.4 million singles in the UK. The band reunited as a quartet in 2006, releasing two new albums without original member, Robbie Williams. In 2010, Williams rejoined his former bandmates to record Progress, which became the fastest-selling album of the 21st century.
In 1978, Dire Straits began recording their self-titled debut in London’s Basing Street Studios. All songs were written by Mark Knopfler, including the hit single, “Sultans of Swing,” which peaked at No.4 on the Billboard Hot 100 and No.8 in the UK. Dire Straits, meanwhile, was certified double Platinum in both the US and UK.
In 1969, Bob Dylan recorded versions of “Lay, Lady, Lay” in Nashville. While the song was initially intended for the Midnight Cowboy soundtrack, the song instead appeared on Dylan’s subsequent album, Nashville Skyline, and found the singer-songwriter performing the sultry tune in a lower register – marking a departure for the artist. Released in July 1969, the song was a Top Ten hit in the US and has since been covered by numerous artists, including the Byrds, The Everly Brothers, and Buddy Guy.
In 2016, indie rock group Viola Beach and their manager, Craig Tarry, died in a car crash in Sweden. The English group was traveling after an appearance at the Where’s the Music? Festival and was scheduled to support Blossoms on a UK/Ireland tour later in the month. Their self-titled debut was released posthumously and reached No.1 in the UK.
BORN ON FEBRUARY 13:
1942: Peter Tork (The Monkees)
1950: Peter Gabriel
1952: Ed Gagliardi (Foreigner)
1956: Peter Hook (Joy Division)
1961: Henry Rollins
1974: Robbie Williams
The Smithsonian's Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden has partnered with MTV to create a new reality show in which contemporary artists will compete for a $100,000 cash prize and a chance to exhibit their work at the Washington, D.C., institution.
The show, titled "The Exhibit: Finding the Next Great Artis," was announced by the Smithsonian Insitute in a news release and is expected to debut on MTV at 9 p.m. ET on March 3. It will re-air the following Tuesday on the Smithsonian Channel.
The Smithsonian said that seven "rising artists" were selected in consultation with curators at the Hirshhorn Museum after a national search.
The artists who were selected are Jamaal Barber, Frank Buffalo Hyde, Misha Kahn, Clare Kambhu, Baseera Khan, Jillian Mayer and Jennifer Warren.
Three of the artists -- Kahn, Khan and Kambhu -- are based in New York City. Barber joins the show from Atlanta while Mayer comes from Miami and Warren from Chicago. Hyde hails from Northfield, Minn.
The contestants will be charged with creating "commissions" that the museum said are "inspired by social themes reflected in the works in the collection by modern and contemporary artists.
Melissa Chiu, the museum's director who will serve as the contest's lead judge, said in a statement that the show "exemplifies the Hirshhorn's radical accessibility to modern and contemporary art."
Showtime has picked up Neil Patrick Harris' comedy series, Uncoupled, for a second season after Netflix canceled it. The show is produced by MTV Entertainment Studios, which is part of the Paramount family that also includes Showtime. Created by Darren Star, who has an overall deal at Paramount Global, it follows a 40-something-year-old man attempting to rebuild his life after his long-time boyfriend (Tuc Watkins) dumps him.
The cast also includes Tisha Campbell, Brooks Ashmanskas, Emerson Brooks and Marcia Gay Harden. Showtime is in the middle of a rebrand and will soon be known as Paramount+ with Showtime. The company has announced spinoffs of its hit shows Billions and Dexter are in the works, while Let the Right One In and American Gigolo have been canceled after their first seasons.
Kristen Stewart has signed up for another biopic. The former Twilight star who portrayed '60s actress Jean Seberg in 2019's Seberg and Princess Diana in 2021's Spencer, is now going to portray influential author Susan Sontag. First reported by Screen Daily, the project is being helmed by Kirsten Johnson based on the book Sontag: Her Life by Ben Moser. Johnson and Lisa Kron will write the script with filming scheduled to begin at the Berlin Film Festival where Stewart is the jury president.
'Catcher in the Rye' returned to Manitoba library 33 years late
A copy of J.D. Salinger's The Catcher in the Rye was returned to a Manitoba library more than 33 years after its due date. Jennifer Walton said she and her husband were doing some spring cleaning when she came across a box of books that contained the tome she had checked out from the St. Vital Library when she was a college student at Glenlawn College in the late 1980s. Librarians at the Winnipeg Public Library initially thought the book had been due back in 1999, due to the unclear stamp, but Walton confirmed the due date had actually been Nov. 10, 1989, making it more than 33 years overdue.
She delivered the book in person along with some "chocolates of contrition" for library staff.
Barbara Bourrier-Lacroix, administrative coordinator of collections and borrower services at the Winnipeg Public Library, said the book was in excellent condition. Walton was not fined for her late return, as the library did away with late fees in 2021.
According to MSN Poll
How much do you know about your ethnic roots?
A lot 24%
A little 25%
How did you learn about your family's heritage?
Personal research 13%
I used a DNA service 10%
Do you think it's important to learn about your heritage?
Do you celebrate events related to your ethnic heritage?
Have you attended events celebrating cultures outside your own?
How important is it to preserve the history of different cultures?
Very important 57%
Somewhat important 35%
Not important 8%
Don't be ashamed: Keeping secrets you're embarrassed of damages sense of self-worth, study suggests
Everyone has secrets - but it's the ones we're ashamed of that we are most likely to get hung up on, according to science. The study found that guilty secrets evoke feelings of remorse and regret, while shameful secrets make people feel worthless and powerless - emotional states 'significantly' more likely to consume their thoughts. According to the research, people were more inclined to feel shame about secrets relating to their mental health or their physical appearance, but felt guilt when the secrets were about a wrong-doing to another person. The average person has some 13 secrets, and has never told anyone five of them.
Experts believe chewing slowly, savouring every mouthful and taking time over a meal could be a successful weight-loss strategy. This is because it takes some time - roughly 20 minutes - for the brain to receive the message that the stomach is full.So fast eaters keep on gobbling down their food well after they have had enough food. The team also found people who ate their evening meal at least two hours before they went to bed three times a week were 10 per cent less likely to be overweight, which they defined as having a body mass index (BMI) of more than 25. But skipping breakfast does nothing to decrease weight.The body’s metabolism slows down towards the end of the day, so eating too late means calories are not burned off.
Love and Marriage
Flashy men are not fooling anyone. Least of all, women. Men who drive fast cars and like to live large are regarded as being more interested in short-term hookups or affairs than marriage. That’s according to a study.
Wealthy men and women have different priorities when it comes to choosing a mate, previous research concluded. Men with higher incomes showed stronger preferences for women with slender bodies, while women with higher incomes preferred men who had a steady income or made similar money, according to a 2016 survey
Women felt it was more important that their partner made at least as much money as they did (46% versus 24% of men) and had a successful career (61% versus 33% of men). Men favored a fit body (80% versus 58% of women).
And men with more education also had stronger preferences for female partners who were “good looking” and slender, whereas this was not a concern for women. Some 95% of men with an advanced degree said it was “essential” that their partner was “good looking” versus 77% of those with a high school education or less, that study found.
Most daters can figure out their partner’s personality on the first date, but location is key
A new study finds most people can figure out what they need to know about their date in the first meeting, but a lot depends on where they meet them. Researchers at McGill University set out to investigate if first impressions on a first date are usually reliable. Generally, they report the answer to that question is yes; it’s quite possible to get an accurate idea of someone’s personality on a first date. Study authors caution, however, that it’s harder to form a true opinion of someone on an intimate first date in comparison to more casual, social settings such as a party.
It takes some people 8 months — and 36 clues — to get their partner to propose
A new survey finds it takes 36 hints over the course of almost eight months for the average person to get their significant other to propose. The De Beers survey of engaged Americans revealed 54 percent said dropping hints to their partner encouraged them to propose. However, it took some longer than others to pick up on it.
The most common hint Americans use is “accidentally” sending texts or emails with advertisements for rings (59%). That was followed by purposefully putting on shows or movies about weddings (like “Say Yes to the Dress”) to spark a conversation (45%), and enlisting their friends to start conversations about engagements (38%).
Respondents also admitted to leaving open tabs and websites about weddings (37%) and casually pointing out rings while shopping together (31%).
Of those who proposed, half the poll (49%) said they got so tired of waiting for their partner to get down on one knee, they decided to propose to their partner themselves. Regardless of who in the relationship proposed, 75 percent said there’s nothing in their proposal they would change and 67 percent enjoy sharing their “proposal story” with friends and family.
When it comes to the proposal itself, respondents said the most important piece is the ring (51%). That’s even more important than their partner saying “yes” (17%). Other important pieces of the proposal include the photos, both during and afterward (38%) and who else is present during the proposal (36%).
Fifty-six percent believe the ring is so important that it can’t be a “real” proposal without one.
This is the time of day workers are at their happiest
Workers are at their happiest at 3:25pm, a study has revealed. Researchers looking into the peaks and troughs of the working population's mood found the average day will see eight happy moments - but five low points. Employees are likely to experience highs when waking after a brilliant night’s sleep, receiving appreciation from the boss, and getting a complement from a client or customer. But ‘daily downers’ include having to attend a particularly long and arduous work meeting, over-eating and then regretting it afterwards, and getting stuck in traffic on the way home. High sugar treats like chocolate and sweets have been identified as the foods most likely to contribute to a bad mood, but the anthocyanin in cherries, or the folic acid in spinach can help to combat unhappiness. The study also found the food consumed during the day can have a direct effect on overall happiness levels. Seven in 10 workers are generally in a better mood if they opt for healthier foods, and 35 per cent have noticed a correlation between eating particularly sugary or fatty foods and their glumness. More than half of those polled say if they overindulge in too much food, or in unhealthy food, they will feel down in the dumps a few hours later. In contrast, a quarter firmly believe they are happier half an hour after eating fruit such as cherries or berries, than they are after eating a chocolate bar.
TOP 20 ARGUMENTS DOG OWNERS HAVE
According to Chef & Brewer
1. Who has to walk them
2. Who has to go and clean up their mess in the garden/on walks
3. One partner says the other gives the dog too many treats
4. Arguments about muddy car seats or the house being muddy
5. One partner wants the other to join them on a dog walk and they don't want to
6. Who has to get out of bed to let them out in the morning
7. The dog has taken your seat on the sofa or bed
8. If the dog should be allowed on the sofa
9. You disagree on training techniques
10. One partner accuses the other of playing too roughly with the dog
11. That they feed it at the table
12. Who should feed them
13. Whether they should be allowed to sleep in the bedroom
14. If the dog should be allowed upstairs at all
15. One partner gives the dog a warmer welcome than they do for the other partner
16. One partner thinks the other spends too much money on the dog
17. Whether you should put them in kennels when you go away
18. Who has to give them flea treatment or other medication
19. The dog getting fed first
20. You can't agree on a holiday destination as you want to take the dog
Having a cat in your dating profile makes you more attractive: poll
A new poll suggests that when it comes to romance, cat owners are doing just fine, if not better.
In a recent comparison of Americans who own cats and who don’t, the survey found that marriage rates among both groups were essentially the same (79%).
Cat owners were actually slightly more likely to be involved in relationships (92% vs 89%) than non-cat owners.
And half of feline-deficient singletons claimed to be uninterested in dating to begin with, compared to only one in three cat fanciers.
Conducted by OnePoll for the brand World’s Best Cat Litter, survey results also revealed that 72% consider owning a pet to be “attractive,” regardless of their own relationship or pet ownership status.
When asked to imagine a scenario in which a potential online dating match is pictured with a cat, the majority of respondents said they’d be “more interested” as a result – including 75% of people with cats and 61% of people without.
Meanwhile, seven in 10 think you should have to disclose whether or not you own pets in your profile – same as the amount who think parents on dating apps should mention having kids.
Four in 10 have even gone home with a potential date specifically to meet that person’s pet, according to the data.
40% of cat owners polled said they’d still be willing to date someone who didn’t like cats – although an “open hatred of cats” proved the top deal breaker among that same group.
Being allergic to cats is also a bigger issue than you might think – while not surprisingly, 41% of cat owners cited it as a problem, so did 32% of those without cats.
Cat owners seemed slightly more willing to consider a romantic partner who didn’t have a job – only 34% described it as a deal breaker, compared to 40% of non-cat owners.
BIGGEST DEAL BREAKERS FOR CAT OWNERS
If they openly hated cats - 45%
If they were allergic to cats - 41%
If they lived more than an hour away from you - 37%
If they didn’t have a job - 34%
If they owned a dog - 34%
If they still lived with their parents - 27%
If they belonged to a different political party than you - 18%
If they didn’t own any books - 6%
If they were bad at spelling in their messages - 4%
None of these would be deal breakers - 11%
BIGGEST DEAL BREAKERS FOR EVERYONE ELSE:
If they didn’t have a job - 40%
If they lived more than an hour away from you - 38%
If they were allergic to cats - 32%
If they owned a dog - 31%
If they openly hated cats - 31%
If they still lived with their parents - 29%
If they belonged to a different political party than you - 21%
If they didn’t own any books - 9%
If they were bad at spelling in their messages - 9%
None of these would be deal breakers - 13%
Majority of people in relationships hide their bad eating habits from their significant others
Over half of adults are cheating on their partners — with food, according to new research. A poll of those in relationships found 71% make unhealthy choices behind their partner's back and 55% have hidden food in their home from their partner.
Seven in 10 actually lie to their partner about their unhealthy eating habits.
68% say their partner negatively influences their eating habits.
Fifty-four percent say eating well is one way to improve the health of a relationship.
54% say they believe eating well can contribute to improving the health of their relationships – almost identical to those who think more sex can improve the health of a relationship.
Nearly half (49%) say they trust their partners the most to make sure they’re sticking to their healthier eating goals.
And it works: Three in four respondents say they’ve successfully influenced their partner to be healthier overall.
Seventy-seven percent say their partner has positively influenced their overall life and well-being.
This positive impact has encouraged 62% of respondents to eat healthier while a further 59% have been encouraged to exercise more by their partner.
For Americans with siblings, rivalries often are present in childhood but many fade in adulthood
A new YouGov poll finds that nearly half of Americans with at least one sibling (46%) say they had rivalries when growing up. This type of competition is similarly likely among men (47%) and women (46%) with siblings, though middle children (50%) are slightly more likely than the oldest (44%) or youngest (46%) to claim such a dynamic existed for them.
Americans are split on whether sibling rivalries in childhood do more to help (21%) or hurt (25%) sibling relationships in the long run, while 33% say they do neither. It's generally thought of as unfair for parents to compare siblings' athletic abilities (68%) or academic performance (68%).
Depending on where Americans fall in their family's age lineup, there are differences in how they view themselves compared to their siblings. Oldest siblings (36%) are more likely to say they are much more or slightly more confident than their siblings. About three in 10 middle children (31%) and just 22% of youngest siblings say the same. Oldest children also are more likely to see themselves as more responsible than their siblings (42%) than middle children (37%) or youngest siblings (32%) are.
Youngest children are more likely to describe themselves as funnier than their siblings (46%) than the middle children (39%) and oldest (36%) are.
Just for Fun
10 Totally Rad Foods Every Kid From the '80s Loved
1. Hi-C Ecto Cooler
2. PB Max
3. Smurf Berry Crunch
4. Planters Cheez Balls
5. Keebler Magic Middles
7. Original New York Seltzer
8. Skor Bars
9. Keebler Tribbles
10. Flintstones Push-Pops
Because I’m Immature
Cheesy Pick-Up Lines
“Do you like raisins? How do you feel about a date?”
“If I could rearrange the alphabet, I’d put ‘I’ and ‘U’ together.”
“Are you a parking ticket? Because you’ve got FINE written all over you.”
“Do you believe in love at first sight—or should I walk by again?”
“Well, here I am. What are your other two wishes?”
“Baby, if you were words on a page, you’d be fine print.”
“Did you just come out of the oven? Because you’re hot.”
“Know what’s on the menu? Me ‘n’ u.”
“I was blinded by your beauty; I’m going to need your name and phone number for insurance purposes.”
“Life without you is like a broken pencil…pointless.”
Posting Strong Opinions On Social Media Can Ruin Your Chances Of Being Hired, Study Finds
On the hunt for a new job? You may want to cut back on time spent posting to social media. A new study from Penn State finds that people who come across as conceited and self-absorbed, or tend to post frequently with strong opinions on controversial topics, are less likely to be hired. Posting about alcohol or drug use is also a red flag among hiring managers or recruiters. All in all, the study makes a strong case for just logging off in general until you secure that dream job.
“In 2018, 70% of employers reported looking at social media sites to help them evaluate potential employees, and almost that many — 60% — eliminated candidates on the basis of negative content,” comments Michael Tews, associate professor of hospitality management, in a university news release. “It’s important for job candidates to be aware of how they portray themselves in social media.”
Did You Know?
How IKEA Comes Up With Its Product Names
IKEA’s product lines are named according to a set of guidelines from which the company rarely deviates. According to Quartz, the company's product naming process is the result of IKEA founder Ingvar Kamprad's struggle with dyslexia. Kamprad found that nouns helped him remember and visualize products better than using code numbers, so he created a series of unusual naming conventions that the company still uses today.
Rugs tend to be named after cities in Denmark and Sweden, while outdoor furniture is named after islands in Scandinavia, like Kuggö, an outdoor umbrella named after an island about 125 miles west of Helsinki. Expedit, the beloved, discontinued shelving unit, means “salesclerk,” while its replacement, Kallax, is named after a town in northern Sweden. Curtains are named for mathematical terms.
Some of the other products have more descriptive names. Lack, IKEA's shiny living room furniture line, means “lacquer.” Sockerkaka, a bakeware line, means “sponge cake.” Bathroom products are named after rivers and lakes.
Some of the translations serve as little corporate jokes. The name of the toy line Duktig means “clever.” Storsint, a wine glass series, is the word for “magnanimous.”
Here’s Quartz’s list of IKEA taxonomy:
⦁ Bathroom articles = Names of Swedish lakes and bodies of water
⦁ Bed textiles = Flowers and plants
⦁ Beds, wardrobes, hall furniture = Norwegian place names
⦁ Bookcases = Professions, Scandinavian boy’s names
⦁ Bowls, vases, candles and candle holders = Swedish place names, adjectives, spices, herbs, fruits and berries
⦁ Boxes, wall decoration, pictures and frames, clocks = Swedish slang expressions, Swedish place names
⦁ Children’s products = Mammals, birds, adjectives
⦁ Desks, chairs and swivel chairs = Scandinavian boy’s names
⦁ Fabrics, curtains = Scandinavian girl’s names
⦁ Garden furniture = Scandinavian islands
⦁ Kitchen accessories = Fish, mushrooms and adjectives
⦁ Lighting = Units of measurement, seasons, months, days, shipping and nautical terms, Swedish place names
⦁ Rugs = Danish place names
⦁ Sofas, armchairs, chairs and dining tables = Swedish place names
Weekend Box Office
Magic Mike's Last Dance is the No. 1 movie in North America, earning $8.2 million in receipts this weekend, BoxOfficeMojo.com announced on Sunday.
Coming in at No. 2 and No. 3 respectively are two James Cameron-directed blockbusters -- Avatar: The Way of Water with $6.9 million and Titanic: The 25th Anniversary with $6.4 million, followed by 80 For Brady with $6 million at No. 4 and Knock at the Cabin with $5.501 million at No. 5.
Rounding out the top tier are Puss in Boots: The Last Wish at No. 6 with $5.5 million, A Man Called Otto at No. 7 with $2.63 million, Missing at No. 8 with $2.6 million, M3GAN at No. 9 with $2.4 million and Plane at No. 10 with $1.2 million.
This weekend's Top 10 movies earned a total of about $47.3 million, compared to last weekend's top performers, which raked in about $72.2 million with Knock at the Cabin in the No. 1 slot.
Today Is February 14
Extraterrestrial Culture Day
Frederick Douglass Day
International Book Giving Day
International Quirkyalone Day
League of Women Voters Day
Library Lovers Day
National Call in Single Day
National Cream-Filled Chocolates Day
National Ferris Wheel Day
National Have a Heart Day
National Organ Donor Day
Pet Theft Awareness Day
Race Relations Day
Read to Your Child Day
Safer Internet Day
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