Ask A Stupid Question Day

Ask A Stupid Question Day is celebrated on either September 29 or last school day of September. This year it will be celebrated on September 28. You will have some interrogatories that sound really stupid. Need not hesitate to ask any stupid silly question on this day as it is the perfect day for you to let out all your stupid questions. Ask A Stupid Question Day is commemorated to encourage the students to ask more questions in the classroom.

“The important thing is not to stop questioning. Curiosity has its own reason for existing.” – Albert Einstein

History of Ask A Stupid Question Day

Ask A Stupid Question Day was established by a group of teachers in 1980s. The date also coincides with the last day of school in the month of September. The teachers realized that their students are not asking questions out of fear and it may seem to be stupid. The day is celebrated as to encourages school students to ask more questions in the classrooms as they were most ashamed of. The day aims in making a safe place for the students to ask their doubts without the fear of ridicule by others. Ask A Stupid Question Day is currently celebrated all over the world now. Start asking questions even if it is completely odd in their nature.

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Other Celebrations on September 28

September 28 is also celebrated as

How to Celebrate Ask A Stupid Question Day

Celebrating Ask A Stupid Question Day is quite easy and equally fun. Ask a stupid question that you have on your mind to others and look how many answers you get. As there are no stupid questions, feel free to ask your queries with others. Encourage children from around you to let them get out of shame while asking the questions. Post your stupid questions to get a bunch of stupid answers from your friends on the social media using the hashtag #AskAStupidQuestionDay.

Thank you for reading the post. Visit to celebrate every day. Happy Ask A Stupid Question Day 2018.

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