November's National Holidays
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November's National Holidays

Look for Circles Day? There's a date for that.

November's National Holidays
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Of course when we think November, we think Thanksgiving, turkey comas, college football, Black Friday, and the rushed start of the holiday season. But what about the other national days that go on through the month of November? Here's a peek at this month's national days you're going to want to celebrate!

1. All Saint's Day

2. All Soul's Day, Deviled Egg Day, Look for Circles Day

Make sure it's a circle, not an oval.

2. Plan Your Epitaph Day

3. Housewife's Day

3. Men Make Dinner Day, Sandwich Day

I find this highly ironic.

4 King Tut Day

5 Book Lovers Day, Gunpowder Day, Guy Fawkes Day

Who missed the memo that Halloween was in October? This mask is creepy. Sorry, Guy Fawkes.

6 Marooned without a Compass Day, Saxophone Day

7 Bittersweet Chocolate with Almonds Day

8 Cook Something Bold Day, Dunce Day,

U.S. General Election Day

9. Chaos Never Dies Day

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The day after the election? I see what you did there.

10. Forget-Me-Not Day

11. Veteran's Day

12. Chicken Soup for the Soul Day

13. Caregiver Appreciation Day, National Indian Pudding Day, Sadie Hawkins Day

Girls ask the guys. Ladies, make your move.

14. Operating Room Nurse Day, Wolrd Diabetes Day

15. Clean Your Refrigerator Day

16. Button Day, Have a Party With Your Bear Day, National Fast Food Day

Have a party with your teddy bear who has buttons by eating fast food together. 3 in 1? No problem.

17. Electronic Greeting Card Day, Take A Hike Day, World Peace Day

18. Occult Day

19. National Adoption Day

20. Beautiful Day, Universal Children's Day

21. World Hello Day

22. Go For a Ride Day

23. Eat a Cranberry Day, National Cashew Day

24. All Our Uncles are Monkeys Day

24. Thanksgiving

Do any of our tables actually look like Martha Stewart crafted it together? Doubtful. Will our thanks be many and our bellies full? Likely.

25. Black Friday

26. Shopping Reminder Day

We just shopped. Why.

27. Advent begins

27. Pins and Needles Day

28. French Toast Day

29. Square Dance Day

30. Stay At Home Because You Are Well Day

Celebrate appropriately, folks.

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