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MDBCs 24 May 2023



May 24th 2023 - Holidays and Observances


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Observances (click on the day, BD, or week for details)

Denny's Endless Breakfast Day

Aviation Maintenance Technician Day

Emergency Medical Services for Children Day (EMSC)

Empire Day

International Women's Day for Peace and Disarmament

National Asparagus Day

National Brother's Day

National Caterers Appreciation Day

National Escargot Day

National Mike Day

Tiara Day

World Schizophrenia Awareness Day


Queen Victoria’s Birthday

Suzanne Lenglen’s Birthday

Patti LaBelle’s Birthday

Harry Jowsey’s Birthday

G-Eazy’s Birthday

Claire Rock Smith’s Birthday

Bob Dylan’s Birthday


Fun Observances

Scavenger Hunt Day

May 24 is Scavenger Hunt Day, an annual celebration of the popular party game called scavenger hunt. The unofficial holiday encourages people to get together with friends and family and participate in a scavenger hunt.


A scavenger hunt is a game where individuals or teams compete to find items or perform tasks provided to them as a list by the organizers of the game. The aim of the game is for participants to fulfill the requirements on the list. Usually, at the end the hunt a grand prize awaits the first person/ team to reach the end of the list. Scavenger hunts combine aspects of racing, competitive hunting, and hide and seek.

Based on Clues

In many hunts, the organizers hide items in difficult to find places and give the participants clues on how and where to find them. Other hunts may require contestants to complete a route.

In recent years, technology has alleviated the way the game is played and has made it possible for players around the world to participate in scavenger hunts. Internet scavenger hunts require people to surf online and visit websites to find clues and solve problems.


Geocaching is yet another recent innovation in the world of scavenger hunting. It is the use of Global Positioning system (GPS) receivers to find caches or geocaches hidden at different spots around the world. A cache is usually a waterproof container that includes a log book and trinkets. Finders are required to leave their signature or name in the log book and may take a trinket out of the box as a way to remind them of their achievement. They must replace the trinket with another one of their choice and leave the cache in the same place they found it for others to find.

Scavenger Hunt Day is also sometimes known as National Scavenger Hunt Day.

How to Celebrate?

  • Organize a scavenger hunt for family and friends. To make it more interesting, include some attractive looking prizes and do it for charity.
  • Make work fun by doing a scavenger hunt at work during lunch time.
  • Participate in a scavenger hunt organized by your city or other local organizations.

Did You Know…

...that the word scavenger comes from the 14th-century English word scawageour? The word referred to officials that collected taxes.






Do you have a nickname for your beloved? Snookums, maybe? My Little Dollop of Joy? The Brits have lots of them. The London jeweler H. Samuel discovered these pet names signed on gift cards:

• Sexy Pig
• Poo Face
• Sausage
• Chubby Cheeks
• Monkey Boy
• Fatty Bum Bum
• Lobster




Sam shows up at a revival meeting, seeking help.

"I need you to pray for my hearing," he tells the preacher.

The preacher puts his fingers on Sam's ears and prays and prays. When he's done, he asks, "How's your hearing now?"

"I don't know," says Sam. "I don't go to court till next Tuesday."




Justice isn't just blind—it's snickering at these real courtroom give-and-takes:

Judge (to young witness): Do you know what would happen to you if you told a lie?
Witness: Yes. I would go to hell.
Judge: Is that all?
Witness: Isn't that enough?

Q: Isn't it a fact that you have been running around with another woman?
A: Yes, it is, but you can't prove it!

Q: Have you ever heard about taking the Fifth?
A: A fifth of wine?
Q: No, the Fifth Amendment.

Q: What did your sister die of?
A: You would have to ask her. I would be speculating if I told you.




I was delivering pizzas when I fell hard onto the sidewalk. Seeing me sprawled on the ground, my concerned customer yelled, "Oh, no! The pizzas!"




My 11-year-old grandson spent 
a beautiful Saturday playing video games. His older sister tried coaxing him outside by warning, “Someday, you’re going to be 30 years old, single, and living in Mom’s basement playing video games all day!” His reply: “I can only dream.”



























































































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