National Purple Heart Day has been celebrated since 1932, though the date of celebration is not set in stone: some celebrate on George Washington’s birthday, and some on Valentines Day.
Situated so low down on our bodies, it’s easy to forget them. But we use them for hours every day, and even just one missing toe can affect the way we walk, balance, and move overall.
International Beer Day is the day when people of all cultures from all parts of the world come together to celebrate all the different types and flavours of beer that there are.
The aim of the day is to encourage an appreciation of oral hygiene and to focus on the importance of taking care of your teeth and gums.
A root beer float is a fairly simple childhood favourite, just a scoop of vanilla ice cream in a tall glass of root beer.
Oysters are typically eaten raw with a squeeze of lemon but can also be enjoyed a multitude of different ways, such as fried or in a chowder.
And so, by principle, National Work Like a Dog Day implies the same: that we are encouraged to set our minds to a task and not quit until we reach our goals and shatter all expectations.
National Underwear Day provides a judgment free opportunity to wear and flaunt your favourite underwear, within reason, of course.
National Coast Guard Day celebrates and honors the brave men and women who make up the United States Coast Guard.