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Happy Be Nice To Everyone Day!



Celebrating its first year of being an official holiday, 'Be Nice To Everyone Day' is taking the world by storm. Not since the induction of 'Wave All Your Fingers at Your Neighbor Day' (February 7th) has a holiday gained so much attention. Greeting cards, gift baskets and specially wrapped candy have been flying off of the shelves. Some insiders even tell us after today this holiday should be added to the Holiday Top 50 and maybe even in the top 40.


“It has always surprised me that no holiday has been able to remove 'National Yo-Yo Day' (observed on June 10th) or 'National Mustard Day' (observed on August 5th) from the top 50” says Ira Speedle. Speedle is the C.E.O. of Holiday’s United. “There are hundreds of observed holidays across the world but we take our top 50 very seriously” Speedle continued, “and to see a new holiday become so popular so quickly it makes us take notice and look to a few of the holidays that are “on the fence” and could easily be bumped.

Jansen Baldin is the creator of Be Nice To Everyone Day and has some advice for those who wish to observe the Holiday. “There are a lot of people out there who observe as many holidays as they can, and I have heard from a lot of these people who claim they are genuinely mean are having a hard time with this holiday.” Baldin tells us, “so we have come up with a method to assist them with their observance. In your mind we want you to think of every person as your boss from work and then also put yourself in a position where you are trying to get a raise….basically be a brown-noser to everyone. Get someone coffee, greet people with a smile and a hello! It may be acting and untruthful to yourself but you will successfully observe the holiday and you can feel good about that!”

There are others are not so sure. “It’s ridiculous!” said one person who remained anonymous, “it’s so fake; why would I want to be nice to everyone! Most people are jerks! I’m not going to let some pencil pusher who wants to make a buck or two selling greeting cards and candy by making up another holiday. Too many legitimate holidays’ are over commercialized and adding another is just wrong!”

So spread the word to friends, family and coworkers and pass along the smiley logo. Let's help make the world a better place!

Baldin and Speedle seem to agree that there are many who oppose new holidays but there are an equal amount of people who will enjoy it. Baldin concludes, “You can’t please everyone all of the time, but with this new holiday for at least one day you can!”

Happy Be Nice To Everyone Day!



5 comments:

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Darth Rob said...

How odd that it coincides with "Show everyone your middle finger day"!

The Brain Twinkey said...

Your a funny guy Rob!

Darth Rob said...

Thanks for noticing!

Deboe said...

Sadly, due to the overly sensitive society which we have become, along with this becoming the American model for advancement, this holiday is celebrated on a daily basis. I'm not bitter, I'm just saying.

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