National Whiners Day is a holiday that’s observed on the 26th of December annually and encourages people to stop all of their incessant whinings. Who invented this holiday and why was it invented? We’re not exactly sure, but we do suspect that someone kept whining until this holiday became a reality.
Regardless, this is a holiday that actually has a very positive holiday as it serves two purposes. One, it encourages everyone to stop whining about what they may or may not have received for Christmas. Two, they are encouraged to remember all of the things that they do have and not to concentrate on what they don’t have.
The History Of National Whiners Day
This holiday was invented by Reverend Kevin Zaborney in 1986. The purpose of this holiday was to encourage people to be thankful for everything they already have instead of whining about anything that they might not have.
Observing National Whiners Day
On this holiday, everyone is asked to take stock of all of the good things in their lives and to give thanks for them. People are also required to avoid whining at any point during the day. Once all of that is done, they are then free to use the hashtag #NationalWhinersDay to spread the word about this holiday to any potential whiners out there on the Internet.
When is National Whiner’s Day?
|This year (2022)||December 26 (Monday)||Multiple dates - more|
|Next year (2023)||December 26 (Tuesday)||Multiple dates - more|
|Last year (2021)||December 26 (Sunday)||Multiple dates - more|