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Natonal Opposite Day
Today is National Opposite Day. This is a day where you can say the opposite of what you really mean. Simple things like saying good night when you meet someone in the morning is a example. If you are more adventuresome you could say "that was the worst meal you've ever cooked to your loving spouse" or for the really adventuresome try "Go Gators" or "It's great to be a Florida Gator" or "Butch Jones for the Nobel Prize".
It's also National Irish Coffee Day. Interesting (maybe) factoid - I've only had 2 cups of coffee in my life - both Irish Coffee. I had them while playing music with friends on the porch of Turkish Spyro Gyro restaurant shortly after I moved to Carrollton, GA in 1981.
In a cruel twist of fate it is also National Florida Day, where one can celebrate the many wonderful aspects of our 27th state. I'll let you decide if you want to learn more about FL...it's just too hard for me to do it, even though it's the exact opposite of what I really want to do.