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The Weird, Wonderful Holidays of March


Weird HolidazeMarch is a month of many important holidays: Mardi Gras, St. Patrick’s Day and the classic “One Month Before Georgetown Day” Day. (Does anyone else celebrate that? Only me? Okay.)

But let’s not forget that there are other equally important days to celebrate in March. Some of them have already passed (Monday was “If Pets Had Thumbs Day,” for all of you with pets and active imaginations.). Don’t worry, though — here’s a quick rundown of some less traditional holidays that are coming up.

March 6: National Frozen Food Day

Maybe you’re out of Leo’s swipes. Maybe you’re in a hurry and can’t cook. Maybe you’re lazy. Either way, frozen food always has your back when you’re in a pinch, and March 6 is the perfect day to celebrate your friendship with the freezer.

March 8: Be Nasty Day

This is the day to get in touch with your nastier self, and you can interpret that however you want. (Does that mean in terms of cleanliness? We hope not.)

March 15: Everything You Think Is Wrong Day

Everything you think is wrong …

March 16: Everything You Do Is Right Day

… But everything you do is right! Keep it up!

March 19: Poultry Day

Where would we be without poultry? I ask myself this question constantly, and on this day, you can too. Bonus: This is a day that Leo’s has been unintentionally and successfully celebrating every year!

March 25: Waffle Day

Celebrate this day by making yourself a waffle at Leo’s. Go crazy with the Nutella! Throw some fruit on top! There is no wrong way to eat a waffle.

So there you have it — a few of the less celebrated holidays of March. Grab some of your friends and celebrate! Who knows, maybe you’ll start a new tradition. Remember, everything you do is right (at least with us)!

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