National Nothing Day - 2022-01-16
What is National Nothing Day?
While it may not be a good day to celebrate anything at all, we suppose putting nothing in a glass and setting it on a table might suffice for celebration. You might leave your diary page blank every January 16th. The holiday of Nothing Day was first proposed by the late American newspaper columnist Harold Coffin. The holiday was created with the intent of eventually ridding itself, through satirically reigning in what he considered an overabundance of recently established, superfluous commemorative days. In order to raise awareness, Coffin’s Nothing Organization was formed. This organization has not held a meeting yet, and the continued official celebrations stand as a testament to his ultimate failure.
When is National Nothing Day?
National Nothing Day is celebrated every year on January 16th!
History of National Nothing Day
In 1972, journalist Harold Pullman Coffin proposed a national holiday called National Nothing Day to be observed every January 16. Each year on this day, people are encouraged to do nothing all day long.
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