Day of the Day

Not exactly Maria Callas… :face_with_raised_eyebrow:

No, you are more like bASSo profondo

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Today is International Left-handers Day!
I wish a great day for left-handers Forumoseans!

Which makes me wonder if is there such a thing as
Left-tentacle, @yyy?
Left-hoof, @Dr_Milker and @bojack ?
Left-paw, @Hanna and @the_bear ?

Yes, this is my preferred pronoun.

Naw righty, but can do a lot of things lefty handed (bat, throw, tennis, golf, bowl).

I suppose they call them southpaws for a reason.

I think many animals do exhibit innate handedness. Even those lacking in hands may favor a side.

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Wait, day of the day? Getting a bit out of hand with these “____ of the day” threads now. What’s next, raccoon of the day?

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If it means we can be spared from you-know-who 364 days a year, no objection from me! :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:

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Oh geez, I don’t even know where to start with that one.

Let’s just say a qualified yes. :whistle:

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I would again like to nominate today as day of the day.

Only 2 hours left though!

Better-Luck-Tomorrow-Poster

I AGAIN NOMINATE TODAY!!!

Edit: HMMMM

Today is https://www.who.int/campaigns/world-patient-safety-day/

Bugger me! WHO thought of that one?

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Feel free to see yourself out, please.

I’ll just get my coat.

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Today is “Drink Beer Day”!

Raise a glass of your favourite ale or lager and celebrate Drink Beer Day! One of the oldest man-made beverages in history, beer has been produced since the Neolithic Era with some breweries dating back as far as 1040. It is little wonder why drinking beer has come to be such a popular and entertaining activity.

Although, I suspect some of our fellow Forumoseans think everyday is “Drink Beer Day” :smirk_cat:

Oh, today is also “Teacher’s Day” (in Taiwan)

So, congratulations to those who have one more reason to celebrate the “Drink Beer Day”!

I think there should be an official Teacher’s Drink Beer Day.

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Cross-posting for @tando :slight_smile:

Today is the day of the Kladdkaka! I always thought it’s the same as Mud cake but wiki has it as “kladdkaka” in English as well.