National Hangover Day
January 1 has three celebrations with New Year’s Day being the most obvious. It is also National Hangover Day, a time of global suffering after the New Year’s Eve parties all over the planet. Loud snoring, moans, groans, staggering and heaving noises can be heard in nearly every neighborhood. Lost cars, car keys, phones, glasses, shoes and, quite possibly, underwear befuddle the squinty-eyed masses. Trashcans overflowing with bottles, cans and party favors litter cities worldwide and returning garbage workers will, collectively, curse tomorrow, many still suffering from their own hangovers. It’s a great time to be alive. The folks at National Day Calendar have graciously provided everyone with a list of symptoms, preventive measures and cures.
At a get together at the Oven and Tap, a restaurant in Bentonville, Arkansas, in October of 2015, people were talking about National Days. The conversation then turned to what day on the calendar had little or no National Days attached to it. When it was announced that January 1 was only known as New Year’s Day, Keegan Calligar and Marlo Anderson both stated, simultaneously, that it should be National Hangover Day.
National Hangover Day was submitted by Keegan Calligar and Marlo Anderson in October 2015. The day was approved by the registrar of National Day Calendar in November of 2015.
National Bloody Mary Day (How àpropos…)
Cheers and enjoy!
4 thoughts on “National Hangover Day”
January 1, 2019 at 9:33 PM
Happy New Year Victoria 😊
January 1, 2019 at 9:41 PM
Happy New Year, Helen! <3
January 1, 2019 at 9:37 PM
Must admit have been tea total for 2 years now. I don’t miss that New Year’s Day feeling….
January 1, 2019 at 10:06 PM
I drink very little, myself. I prefer life stone cold sober, up front and personal.