Lazy Day

Lazy Day is a holiday which is celebrated in the United States, and maybe abroad, on August 10th. It is a day for people to take a break from their daily chores and work and spend the day doing absolutely nothing.  It is the perfect day to become a slacker, couch potato or a loafer.

History of Lazy Day

The true history of Lazy Day appears to have been lost to time. I suppose that the people who created Lazy Day were too lazy to write down the origin of the holiday. It might also be the case that it was used in some sort of advertising campaign – although what the product could possibly be seems to boggle the mind. The only thing really known about this holiday is that it falls on August 10th and involves doing nothing.

Lazy Day Customs & Traditions

If you are working too hard to plan your Lazy Day festivities, then you are doing it wrong. The whole purpose of this holiday is to stay on the couch or stay in bed and do absolutely nothing. Of course, since that can be boring, it is often nice to bring something to your resting place that will keep you entertained. For instance, you can grab a copy of the 1929 Our Gang short comedy film known as Lazy Days. It was produced by Hal Roach, directed by Robert F. McGowan and starring The Little Rascals. Or if you prefer, you can pop in the “Lazy Day Song” by the Moody Blues. Just don’t think too hard what to enjoy while you’re celebrating Lazy Day. After all, you don’t want to put too much work into being lazy.

Where is Lazy Day celebrated?

There is no specific location where this holiday is celebrated.
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