On January 21st, everyone takes the time to honor the “one-liners” that make our lives a little bit better. That’s because this day is One-Liners Day, a day that celebrates this form of humor. One-liners include such nuggets as “I used to have a handle on life, but then it broke,” or “It takes a lot of golf balls to golf the way that I do.”
Of course, One-Liners Day can also be observed by also quoting some of your favorite movie one-liners. There are thousands of these one-liners out there, so people should have no problem spreading the ones that they love the most.
The History Of One-Liners Day
At this moment, we’re unable to uncover the origins of this holiday. It would appear that the One-Liners Day origin has been lost to the Internet. We’ll continue to research this holiday, but at this moment, it doesn’t look like we’re going to find the answers that we’re looking for.
Some Iconic One-Liners To Enjoy
Okay, usually we’ll have some facts about a particular subject of a holiday, but today we thought that we’d do something different. We decided to list some of the favorite one-liners that we’ve found on the Internet while researching One-Liners Day. We’ve listed these one-liners below for everyone’s immediate enjoyment.
- The future will soon be a thing of the past.
- Out of my mind: Back in 5 minutes.
- Always borrow money from a pessimist, he will never expect it back.
- God must love stupid people because he’s made so many of them.
Observing One-Liner Day
Obviously, this holiday is going to be one that’s full of one-liners. After all, that’s the whole point of it. So, everyone should take the time to come up with a list of one-liners that they want to spring on coworkers, friends, and family members. We also encourage people to spread their favorite one-liners online using the hashtag #OneLinerDay.
When is One-Liners Day?
|This year (2023)||January 21 (Saturday)||Multiple dates - more|
|Next year (2024)||January 21 (Sunday)||Multiple dates - more|
|Last year (2022)||January 21 (Friday)||Multiple dates - more|