Today is I Love Lucy Day. And I know what National Days means when they say that, but I am choosing to celebrate Lucy Lawless because if you're going to be specific about a TV show then use italics. Them's tha rules.
Today is National Costume Swap Day. Does that mean that we should be wearing a costume today? Should we be bartering with old Halloween costumes? Will that be the commerce of the future? Explain yourself, National Days!
Today is Lief Erickson Day. And since he is known as the first "person" to "discover" North America, 500 years before Columbus but 15,000 years after "people" showed up, I guess National Days is looking to start a turf war here.
Here's a statue of Lief Erickson looking at an eclipse the right way.
Huh. So, today is both Columbus Day and Native American Day. This may be the best day to celebrate cognitive dissonance.
I think a disgruntled Snoopy is an apt, yet muted, metaphor.
Today is National Inner Beauty Day. Celebrate that thing we want to be true but can't realistically get behind.
Here's how you get around posting a pic about inner beauty: not posting a pic about inner beauty.
Today is National Mad Hatter Day. So let's all celebrate a beloved Lewis Carroll character by ignoring that Johnny Depp once played him in two movies.