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Keep the Celebrations Going With These Strange January Holidays

By Omaha Personal Injury Attorney on January 14, 2014

Nebraska Personal InjuryThe holiday season has passed. Stragglers are starting to take down their Christmas lights. Some are starting to falter with their New Year’s resolutions. It’ll be a long while before our favorite holidays come around again. Besides Martin Luther King Jr. Day, there’s not much in the month of January to look forward to, or so we think.

Little do people know that every day is a holiday, although the subjects of celebration for many of them are quite bizarre. Here is a small select sample of some of the weirdest January holidays.

January 3 – Fruitcake Toss Day

Still got that old, undesirable Christmas fruitcake sitting in your fridge? Well, this is the day you can get rid of it. Tradition does not specify exactly how you should toss it. You can try throwing it into a garbage pail or out of a window, or even perhaps against a wall. Enjoy this holiday gleefully and don’t feel any guilt about enacting violence upon such a horrendous desert.

January 7 – Old Rock Day

Perhaps the most underrated holiday, Old Rock Day commemorates those humble yet tough objects we call rocks, or alternately, stones. Take this day to contemplate the silence and stillness of rocks. Perhaps pick one up and spend a considerable amount of time appreciating its neutral, earthy color. There is much fun to be had on this holiday. Rock out!

January 16 – National Nothing Day

Sometimes, it is great to do nothing. It’s something we can all enjoy, although it’s not really a thing. Well, it’s nothing. There are so many ways you can do nothing; you just have to think nothing about anything at all, which is easy to do, or not do, whatever.

Whatever holidays you decide to celebrate this month of January, make sure you do it in a safe and healthy manner. The attorneys at Cullan & Cullan, LLC wish every celebrant a fulfilling and eventful month!

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