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MDBCs 03 Jun 2023



June 3rd 2023 - Holidays and Observances


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

National Egg Day

Chimborazo Day

European Bicycle Day

H.M. Queens Birthday

Insect Repellent Awareness Day

International Tabletop Day

Love Conquers All Day

National Black Bear Day

National Bubbly Day

National Carl Day

National Chocolate Macaroon Day

National Prairie Day

National Simp Day

National Trails Day

Poson Full Moon Poya

The Big Lunch

World Cider Day


Zayne Emory’s Birthday

Yaya Panton’s Birthday

Rafael Nadal’s Birthday

Louis Partridge’s Birthday

Josephine Baker’s Birthday

Jefferson Davis’s Birthday


Sat, Jun 3rd, 2023 - Sun Jun 11th, 2023


Fun Observances

Repeat Day

June 3 is Repeat Day! June 3 is Repeat Day! June 3 is Repeat Day!

3 baby boys in a row.

Possibly created by someone who loved doing the same thing over and over again, Repeat Day is an unofficial holiday that encourages people to re-do or re-state things multiple times. It is unclear why someone invented a holiday that would make celebrators sound like a broken record.

While Repeat Day is definitely one of the more bizarre holidays out there, it needs very little preparation or effort to celebrate - all you need to do is repeat yourself ad infinitum!

How to Celebrate?

If there is an activity that you like to do over and over again, today is the day for you to do it. Here are some other ways you can do to celebrate this quirky holiday:

  • Repeat everything you say or do.
  • Have 2 breakfasts, 2 lunches, and 2 dinners.
  • When having a conversation with a friend, repeat after your friend. Let them know that you are celebrating Repeat Day, lest they think you are rude.
  • Watch movies where events repeat themselves, such as Groundhog Day and Edge of Tomorrow.

Did You Know…

…that the plot device employed in a film or story where a certain span of time repeats itself is called a time loop?






I should have known better than to take my four-year-old son shopping with me. I spent the entire time in the mall chasing after him. Finally, I'd had it. "Do you want a stranger to take you?!" I scolded.

Thrilled, he yelled back, "Will he take me to the zoo?"




My cousin was in love and wanted to introduce his bride-to-be to his hypercritical mother. But in order to get an unbiased opinion, he invited over three other female friends as well and didn't tell his mom which one he intended to marry.

After the four women left, he asked his mother, "Can you guess which one I want to marry?"

"The one with short hair."

"Yes! How'd you know?"

"Because that's the one I didn't like."




My two sons, Jake and Austin, are a handful. So I wasn't surprised that Dad looked frazzled after we took them to a football game.

"It will be a cold day in #@%* before we come to another game," he muttered.

"Did you hear that?" Jake shouted to Austin. "Grandpa's going to take us to a game in December!"




At age 70, my grandfather bought his first riding lawn mower. "This thing is great," he bragged to my brother. "It took me only an hour and a half to mow the lawn. It used to take your grandmother two days to do it all!"































I think the picture is a fake, but the facts given are true(ish). Read the article,

for the real size.

Asian giant hornet - Wikipedia





























( I don't know if it is true, but it is a great story! )



























sandrewn :cowboy:

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