Blah Blah Blah Day is celebrated all around the world on April 17 of every year. Blah Blah Blah means having a gossip. It is used when nonsense words are uttered in English to show speech without the contents having any importance. You can relate to things like your friend keep going on with his dumb stories about love, suggesting you lose weight, nagging about finishing work, and so on. It is concerned with all those uncomfortable topics in your mind that you feel you just cannot stand anymore to deal with. The only way to stop it is to do the things that you were postponing for tomorrow. Try taking up the responsibilities on this day and feel the joy and satisfaction of finishing it.
“Without creativity, I’d be just ‘blah blah blah.” – RJ Cyler
History of Blah Blah Blah Day
The day is a copyrighted holiday. This wonderful holiday was created in 2006 by Ruth and Thomas Roy of Wellcat Holidays and Herbs, as a day to listen to the nagging words that usually register in our minds automatically without our interest in them. You may also enjoy all the wild and crazy holidays in Chase’s Annual Events created by Ruth and Thomas Roy. While the Roys intended this holiday to be a time to pay attention and follow directions. It is an uplifting way to celebrate human nature & life.
Other Celebrations on April 17
April 17 is also celebrated as
- World Hemophilia Day
- National Bat Appreciation Day
- International Haiku Poetry Day
- National Mustang Day
- National Cheeseball Day
- Nothing Like A Dame Day
How to celebrate the day
The day to do all the things everyone’s been nagging you about. So take this day as an opportunity to give a shot to do things that were annoyed of. The day is the perfect chance to stop prolonging and fix all those postponed projects and broken promises right now. If you are the person, who nags then it’s time to subtle the habit. It may include quitting a habit, losing weight, or starting new projects. Post pictures and share your thoughts on social media about the day by using the hashtag #BlahBlahBlahDay.
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