National Blame Someone Else Day
National Blame Someone Else Day is an annual fun celebration observed on April 13th of this year. It is so much easy to point fingers at someone and blame that person. Hence for this reason blaming someone else is celebrated with a Day in the calendar. You need not take the responsibility of the problem and put the blame on yourself. Instead, blame the innocent one. The Day is a double-edged sword as you put on a blame on someone and others will put on you. National Blame Someone Else Day wouldn’t get completed without blaming someone else and celebrate this fun moments.
“A man can fail many times, but he isn’t a failure until he begins to blame somebody else.” – John Burroughs
History of National Blame Someone Else Day
The National Blame Someone Else Day has been celebrated since the year 1982. Anne Moeller of Clio, Michigan has established this Day. The first Friday the 13th of the year marks this celebration Day. The date and day are precisely chosen as on one of the first Friday the 13th of 1982, Anne Moeller’s alarm clock did not go off, and she had overslept. It made her late for the appointments all day long. She spent the whole day spreading the blame and making excuses for being late. Thus she has created a day to blame someone or something else. There is no exact mention that Anne has created this Day. However, we can blame Anne for this holiday. Over the years, this Day has been celebrated in a way that brings fun moments throughout the nation.
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How to Celebrate National Blame Someone Else Day
The best way to celebrate the National Blame Someone Else Day is to start blaming others for what you have done. Get people around you to know about this fun celebration Day and make them blame others. Pinpoint someone and let others too do it for you. Remember this is a fun celebration Day and is not made to offend others. Take it in the right spirit to let enjoy the blaming moments. You can even blame someone else on the social media by using the hashtag #BlameSomeoneElseDay.