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NATIONAL WHINERS DAY
Today is a day that might be good for Dawg fans to take note of. This is a day, with the CFP just around the corner, that is rife with possibility. Remember Rip's advice to the kid = the secret is to not let yourself think you deserve this.
NATIONAL WHINERS DAY
As the year starts to wind down, National Whiners Day on December 26th allows an opportunity to complain about just roughly anything. If you want, you are allowed to whine about being too tired, or overeating. Maybe you want to whine about having to go back to work or all the cleaning up you have to do. Are the lines long in the return aisle at the store? You can whine about that, too. The possibilities are endless.
However, two essential parts of the day to remember are:
- No whining about what you did not get for Christmas or do not have
- And remember what you do have
Many people are less fortunate than others. Some are struggling to put food on the table or a roof over their heads. Others have no family or friends. Families without a single gift under the tree may simply be thankful to have each other. Others may be fighting disease and illnesses, and some may have coped with all of these. You may want to whine about something (and today you are allowed) but remember to be thankful for each gift you did receive and all that you do have. (And help others when you can).
Used in a sentence. He chose not to whine about the tough loss his team suffered.