These National Days Are WAY More 'Fetch' Days To Celebrate Than October 3rd
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These National Days Are WAY More 'Fetch' Days To Celebrate Than October 3rd

March 23rd: National Puppy Day

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These National Days Are WAY More 'Fetch' Days To Celebrate Than October 3rd
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With such an iconic movie like Mean Girls, I feel as though there is a better tradition than October 3rd and everyone wearing pink on Wednesday so here are some national hoildays that deserve more appreciation than October 3rd.

January

January 2nd: National Run Up the Flagpole and See if Anyone Salutes Day

January 4th: National Spaghetti Day

January 11th: National Jump in a Puddle and Splash Your Friends Day

January 21st: National Hugging Day

February

February 4th: Thank a Mailman Day

February 9th: National Pizza Day

February 14th: National Ferris Wheel Day

February 28th: National Public Sleeping Day

March

March 5th: National Multiple Personality Day

March 14th: National Pi (3.14) Day

March 10th: National Middle Name Pride Day

March 23rd: National Puppy Day

April

April 2nd: National PB&J Day

April 5th: National Dandelion Day

April 18th: National High Five Day

April 26th: National Hug an Australian Day

May

May 5th: National Free Comic Book Day (1st Sunday in May)

May 8th: National No Socks Day

May 11th: National Eat What You Want Day

May 14th: National Dance Like a Chicken Day

June

June 1st: National Doughnut Day (first Friday of June)

June 4th: Hug Your Cat Day

June 21st: National Selfie Day

June 22nd: Bring Your Dog to Work Day

July

July 11th: National Cheer Up the Lonely Day

July 14th: National Nude Day

July 18th: National Hot Dog Day

July 24th: National Tequila Day

August

August 8th: National Sneak Some Zucchini onto Your Neighbor's Porch Day

August 13th: National Left Hander's Day

August 17th: National Thrift Store Day

August 30th: National Frankenstein Day

September

September 6th: Read a Book Day

September 12th: National Chocolate Milkshake Day

September 19th: National Talk Like a Pirate Day

September 28th: National Ask a Stupid Question Day

October

October 5th: World's Smiles Day (first Friday of October)

October 8th: American Touch Tag Day/ National Tag Day

October 10th: National Take Your Teddy Bear to Work Day

October 19th: National Evaluate Your Life Day

November

November 1st: National Men Make Dinner Day

November 15th: National Philanthropy Day

November 17th: World Peace Day

November 24th: All Our Uncles are Monkeys Day

December

December 4th: National Wear Brown Shoes Day

December 7th: National Cotton Candy Day

December 16th: National Chocolate Covered Anything Day

December 31st: Unlucky Day

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