Curmudgeons Day is an annual celebration observed on January 29th of every year. You believe it or not, and there exists a Day in the calendar that celebrates the grumpiness and those cantankerous personalities. You need not feel low as some form of changes are needed at times and so as this Day for the curmudgeons. Make sure you celebrate those grouchy cranky personalities on this occasion. Curmudgeons Day is celebrated in honour of William Claude Dukenfield who was a famous comedian and self-professed curmudgeon himself.
“Remember, a dead fish can float downstream, but it takes a live one to swim upstream.” – W. C. Fields
History of Curmudgeons Day
The history, origin, and the creator of the Curmudgeons Day are unknown. The year from when this Day has been in celebration is also not known in detail. However, the Day for the curmudgeons celebrates the birth William Claude Dukenfield who was born on January 29th in 1880. W.C. Fields, in short, is a self-professed curmudgeon who is known for his comedies, writing, drinking. He was a very big fan of the curmudgeon as is known from many curmudgeonly things expressed by him happened in his life, movie scripts, and in the ad-libs. Celebrate those cranky and cantankerous people in your life with such a celebration and make them shine for the whole Day. It is an official holiday to stay at home all day and do nothing. Others celebrate the Day with grouchy activities.
Other Celebrations on January 29
January 29 is also celebrated as
How to Celebrate Curmudgeons Day
Celebrating the Curmudgeons Day is quite simple. You can celebrate the cranky and grouchy nature of all the curmudgeons you know on their special Day. If you are a curmudgeon yourself, then make some fun with your special grumpy way to others. You can watch curmudgeons films with your family and friends to enjoy this holiday. Spend some time talking with the old spinster or grumpy old man to make them feel a little special. Share your cranky celebration moments on the social media using the hashtag #CurmudgeonsDay.