EVERYTHING YOU THINK IS WRONG DAY
March 15th recognizes Everything You Think Is Wrong Day, a day where decision-making should be avoided, as your thoughts are (according to the founder of this holiday) wrong. It is also a day created for some people to realize that they are not always right.
While starting a conversation, one might want to avoid using the words “I think.” The observance may be a time for all to contemplate our own lack of knowledge. It is okay that one does not know everything, and if there is a need to feel as if you do, hold on. Tomorrow will be here soon, and then once again, you can think that you do!
HOW TO OBSERVE #EverythingYouThinkIsWrongDay
While you might think it would be ok to point out how wrong others’ thoughts are, you’d still be wrong. You’d still be wrong for thinking that. However, it would be a good day to scroll on by all those Twitter comments that annoy you. Of course, if you’re wrong on this holiday, take solace in the thought that so is the person to the right and left of you. Then again, you’d still be wrong, according to the name of the day. Share your thoughts and let us know just how wrong you think you are using #EverythingYouThinkIsWrongDay to post on social media.
NATIONAL EVERYTHING YOU THINK IS WRONG DAY HISTORY
We might be wrong, but we’ve not been able to identify the origin of this day. You might be right, but that’s another day. It’s not this day. So, you’d be wrong.
Q. Is there an Everything You Think Is Right Day?
A. No. But there is an Everything You Do Is Right Day.
Q. Is corned beef and cabbage only served on St. Patrick’s Day?
A. If you think that, you’d be wrong. Corned beef and cabbage and be served any day of the year.
Q. Is the Moon made of cheese?
A. If you think that, you’d be wrong. The Moon, like the Earth, is made up of mostly rock and iron, and other minerals.
Q. Is laughter the best medicine?
A. If you think that, most days you’d be right. But not today. Today, you would be wrong.