The word “blasé” means being unimpressed or indifferent to something because of something that you’ve seen or experienced before. So, Blasé Day is a holiday on which people are supposed to be unimpressed by the holiday or by anything they experience before on this day?
We’re not quite sure, but we do know that this holiday is observed annually on the 25th of November. Since November is home to so many holidays, perhaps this day is the day for people not to worry about all of those other holidays. Maybe, just maybe, it’s okay to feel blasé about Thanksgiving—a holiday that occurs around this date every year.
The History Of Blasé Day
This holiday was created just a few years ago. It’s yet another wacky invention of Thomas Roy and Ruth Roy from Wellcat holidays—a website where they’ve created a variety of strange and odd holidays. What are some of the holidays they’ve created? Some of the holidays they’ve created include Cook Something Bold and Pungent Day, Bad Poetry Day, and Take Your Houseplants for a Walk Day.
A Little More Information On Being Blasé
Now that we think about it, this holiday is probably one that encourages people to step away from the holiday season for a while because typically the holiday season does begin around Thanksgiving.
People may just need a break before they’re hit with all of the holidays that will start with Thanksgiving, continue with Black Friday and Cyber Monday, roll into Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, and then end with New Year’s Eve. That’s quite the concentration of holidays for people to worry about in a short period of time, so maybe this holiday allows people to get ready for it.
Observing Blasé Day
We guess the best way to observe this holiday is to just not worry about anything. To just wallow in your own apathy to the entire world. If you’re not too apathetic to do so, however, be sure to use the hashtag #BlaseDay to spread the word about this holiday around the world.
When is Blase’ Day?
|This year (2022)||November 25 (Friday)||Multiple dates - more|
|Next year (2023)||November 25 (Saturday)||Multiple dates - more|
|Last year (2021)||November 25 (Thursday)||Multiple dates - more|