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National Everything You Think Is Wrong Day

donmdonm Posts: 10,241 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

I trust this topic might generate some lively discussion. From the source:

March 15th recognizes Everything You Think Is Wrong Day, a day where decision making should be avoided, as your thoughts are (according to the founder of this holiday) wrong. It is also a day created for some people to realize that they are not always right.

While starting a conversation, one might want to avoid using the words “I think.” Everything You Think Is Wrong Day may be a time for all to contemplate our own lack of knowledge. It is okay that one does not know everything, and if there is a need to feel as if you do, hold on. Tomorrow will be here soon, and then once again, you can think that you do!


Use #EverythingYouThinkIsWrongDay to post on social media.

It is also National Kansas Day. Since they have had no football of which to be proud for sometime now, it is nice to be able to recognize some positives from the Sunflower State. It is the "site" of Brown vs The Board of Education and the scene for Dorothy, Toto and the gang.


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