Hug A Shed And Take A Selfie Day

At first glance, Hug a Shed and Take a Selfie Day seems like a strange sort of holiday. After all, does the holiday really expect us to go out and hug a shed while taking a selfie of ourselves? It just seems bizarre, and to be honest, it kind of is.

Of course, the purpose of this holiday is to encourage people to show their shed a little bit of love. This structure sits out in many people’s yards and holds all the stuff that we need to keep our gardens and yards looking their best.

Unfortunately, not many of us take the time to ensure that our sheds are maintained as well as the rest of our property. During this day, everyone can take the time to get their sheds into respectable condition so they can take a selfie with it for the entire world to see.

The History of Hug a Shed and Take a Selfie Day

Unfortunately, we don’t know who invented this holiday or why it was invented. It just seems like one of those holidays that spontaneously appeared on the internet out of nowhere.

Undoubtedly, it was created by someone who thought they were being extremely clever with how this holiday was worded. We don’t think this holiday has been around very long, so we would judge that this holiday was probably created rather recently. We estimate that it was probably invented post-2019.

Observing Hug a Shed and Take a Selfie Day

The whole purpose of this holiday is for people to take a selfie with their shed. Yes, we know, it sounds weird, but that’s the holiday. Anyone planning on doing that should just make sure that their shed is in a presentable condition.

Perhaps throw a new coat of paint on it and make sure that all repairs have been done. These selfies can then be posted to social media using the hashtag #HugAShedTakeASelfieDay. Everyone observing this holiday should take the time to let the world know that they’re having a good time.

When is it?
This year (2024)
May 5 Sunday
Next year (2025)
May 5 Monday
Last year (2023)
May 5 Friday
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