Are there just too many made-up vacation trips?

have you ever noticed that every week now brings a special day, which some people now call "made up vacations?"

And it looks that this time of year — the fall season — brings greater made up holidays than any other.

It turned into fun for a while: A free drink or maybe a free dessert, to honor some special day. however hastily, there is a day for everything.

Sept. 20, for example, is country wide Pepperoni Pizza Day, and is additionally Free Queso Day and Free Sushi Day in some locations, in keeping with country nowadays.

however do not let national Pepperoni Pizza Day confuse you: it is not countrywide Pizza Day, which is February ninth. nor is it country wide Pi Day, which is March 14th (Get it?  Pi = 3/14)

September alone brings national Guacamole Day, country wide Cheeseburger Day, and national espresso Day.

October brings country wide do-it-yourself Cookie Day, countrywide Taco Day, and even country wide Vodka Day. you'll need a shot of vodka, or at the least a glass of wine, to sustain with the entire special days anymore.

Too many coffee, pizza days

And from the would not that stink file, the ridiculous variety of espresso days alone.

countrywide espresso Day is one component, we get that.  however now there's also a countrywide Cappuccino Day, and even a countrywide Gingerbread Latte Day in December.

Too many coffees will have you buzzing and saying "does not that stink?"

The  worst half, with so many "country wide" meals days, many eating places have stopped giving out freebies for probably the most half.  It would not have the equal seize it did 10 years in the past.

here's a concept: How about scheduling country wide coffee Day and national Donut Day on the equal day, for a double freebie that even Homer Simpson would relish.

As always, don't waste your money.________________

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