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Top Ten Holidays We Should Celebrate

Posted September 20, 2012 by Sinéad Keogh in Ramp Lists

There are certain dates in the calendar that we all acknowledge, whether we love them or hate them. Christmas, Mother’s/Father’s Day, Valentine’s, St Patrick’s Day and so on. Whether marked by a day off from work, a gift from you to someone else, or something in between, certain days oblige us into action and get everyone talking. ‘How did you get over the Christmas?’ ‘What eatery has maximum mood lighting for a romantic meal?’ ‘What do I buy for a sixty-three-year-old man whose only interests are Werther’s Original and really really really black socks?’

But there are other holidays. Unofficial, sure, but often better. More realistic causes for celebration than some bloke making all the snakes Christian or whatever he did. Greater concepts. Things we’d rather use our annual leave on, if we’re honest. Perhaps even days that should be National holidays. Take them into your hearts, Rampers. Celebrate them. Imagine how joyful and exciting your calendar could suddenly become. Here are Ramp.ie’s eleven Top Ten unofficial holidays we should celebrate.

11. Napping Day

Next 3rd of March will mark the 14th year of America’s National Napping Day. It’s an unofficial holiday which was founded by a professor at Boston University to highlight the importance of good kip. We’re big fans of a decent slumber chez Ramp, and we can think of nothing better than a legitimised duvet day. All of the comfort and none of the calling-in-sick guilt. What say you, Enda? Can we have National Napping Day fo’ realsies? Sure we’ve been going flat out. We deserve a day to celebrate our beds. Let us put on the clean sheets, flip the pillow over to the cold side, and launch into some lovely slumber…

10. Roald Dahl Day

You might be waiting a while for this one to roll around again – 51 weeks to be precise, because Roald Dahl Day 2012 happened last Thursday. Celebrated on the birthday of the man himself, there’s a whole website dedicated to events and celebrations for the day. It is mostly aimed at children, of course, but there ain’t no reason why you can’t get some inspiration from the ideas. One suggestion is to ‘Give someone a favourite book – wrapped in newspaper and tied up in string just like Roald Dahl used to do’. How lovely!

9. International Fetish Day

Celebrated on the third Friday in January, International Fetish Day involves such elements as ‘Perverts Wear Purple’ – where members of the BDSM community wear something purple on the day to be identifiable to each other. Held to increase awareness and acceptance of the fetish community, we reckon its well worth showing your support for kinky sex even if you don’t engage in it yourself. Proudly carrying around your copy of Fifty Shades of Grey on the day probably won’t cut it, given its position as a blot on the BDSM landscape, but ‘Vanillas Wear White’ has a bit of a ring to it. Meantime, if you are a fetishist, start planning your running order…

8. Freedom Day

If you wanna do something, you do it, and to spleckh with the consequences! Given to us by TV’s finest, Futurama, Freedom Day is that one day on which you can do whatever you want. Go mental, break out, don’t forget to have some vodka-soaked melon, on December 22nd anything goes… and you’d better make the best of it, cos tomorrow you have to follow the rules again.

7. Geek Pride Day

Whatever your nerdy poison – be you a Star Wars fangirl, an Apple fanboy, Linux whiz, Tolkein enthusiast, crochet queen, maths nerd or anything and everything in between – you now have a day. May 25th marks Geek Pride Day which has been celebrated in Spain since 2008 and in the US and Canada in more recent years. We reckon Geek Pride Day needs to hit Ireland in a big way in 2013. Retro arcade games, our mathsiest t-shirts, massive specs, cult classics, and general nerdorama – doesn’t it just sound like it should already be a thing? Set your retainers to stunning and say cheese for the Geek Pride album – we have to mark the day.

6. Steak and Blowjob Day

They say if you love someone you should let them go. If they stay away then they were never yours to begin with. If they come back then they are yours to keep. We say if you love someone, consider serving up a fillet steak and throwing your mouth crotchways … if they run away you’re too teethy, if they stay they’re yours to keep. Steak and Blowjob Day is traditionally observed on March14th, exactly one month after Valentine’s Day. You should think of it as a sort of Little Christmas – just as mammies get lavished with attention on January 6th to thank them for shouldering the burden of the Christmas season, so fellas deserve to be lavished with attention on March 14th to thank them for shouldering the burden of teddy bears, flowers, remembering an arbitrary date on which they must celebrate love, and willingness to put up with the general fuckery that is Valentine’s. You might want to make an entire snake-based holiday of it and take a few days off in the run up to St Patrick’s Day.

5. Sadie Hawkins Day

Don’t you wish that just sometimes, the girl could ask the boy out? Sadie Hawkins Day is a holiday that originated in the Li’l Abner comic strip in the US back in the ’30s. It went on to inspire Sadie Hawkins dances where the gals ask the fellas out. Though the events in the original strip involved spinsters chasing local bachelors around town one day a year, and getting to ensnare them in marriage if they dragged them across the finish line before sun down, we recommend perhaps just suggesting dinner or a trip to the cinema to the object of your affection. Chasing people down and forcing them to be your betrothed isn’t so much feminist as terrifying.

4. Bubble Wrap Appreciation Day

January 28th 2013 marks the twelfth year of Bubble Wrap Appreciation Day. There’s even a website. You love it and you know you love it. ’nuff said.

3. Get Over It Day

Get Over It Day, March 9th, contends that everyone has something to get over, which is just true. The official Get Over It Day website has such things as it’s own poem and ‘Get Over It’ wristbands available for order. Our favourite bit, though, is the piece of advice they give which goes: ‘If you’re not sure what YOU have to get over, just ask your friends what they’re tired of hearing you complain about’. Indeed

2. Equal Pay Day

You know what’s sound? Paying people the same wage for the same work irrespective of whether they have willies or vajayjays. Equal Pay Day espouses pretty much that theory, perhaps without using words like ‘vajayay’. As with any movement that involves people getting up and saying something worthwhile (we don’t go in for that kind of thing in Ireland) it started in America, where supporters are encouraged to wear red on the day to symbolise how women are ‘in the red’ when it comes to equal pay. It happens in April each year, and you best be believing we won’t be impressed if you’re not all for it.

1. World Pasta Day

You know how winter is coming? Worry not, because so is World Pasta Day! What an absolutely joyous concept. Apparently, it came about as a result of World Pasta Congress, which is a genuine thing that happened in Rome in 1995. Complex carbohydrates have long been our frenemy here in Ramp HQ, but it just wouldn’t feel right not to be excited at the prospect of celebrating the warm, creamy, filling goodness of Italy’s greatest export. There’ll probably be a tumbleweed running through the site on October 25th next because every single one of us will be knee-deep in penne and simply not giving a fuck about the internet. *drool*

Featured Image ©2007 D. Sharon Pruitt

About the Author

Sinéad Keogh

Sinéad is a striking girl. Not attractive like, just prone to lashing out.

  • http://twitter.com/beatingblog Karen Mulreid

    Nap day, I am so behind nap day. Am going to suggest that to election candidates when they knock on the door. I think there should be a mid-week nap day every week. Let’s not be behind the door about it, every single week!

  • http://twitter.com/SerialBlogamist Catherine C

    Sadie Hawkins Day – I wish that was a ‘thing’ here if only because of that Sadie Hawkins episode of Buffy, which is in my Top 5 Favourite Buffy Episodes.

  • http://twitter.com/ElleEmSee Laura

    Nap Day! Yes! I’ve long been a believer that we should adopt the ‘siesta’ mentality of other European countries.

  • http://twitter.com/notRuairi Rú Hickson

    Instead of putting effort into Get Over It Day, I’m just going to listen to the Eagles’ Hell Freezes Over album on repeat.

  • http://twitter.com/nuckpang Stephen R.

    I do love celebrating any unofficial holiday I can. Towel Day is probably my favourite, but ironically enough I keep forgetting it. Some day I will remember my towel :(

    • http://twitter.com/notRuairi Rú Hickson

      If you don’t have a towel, DON’T PANIC!

  • http://twitter.com/powertara Tara Power

    I am ALL for World Pasta Day. More food related days!

  • Jenny Foxe

    I nearly always wear purple in Winter. Hmm… that could explain some incidents.

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