Wed Mar 15th

Everything You Think Is Wrong Day

According to the holiday's founder, Everything You Think Is Wrong Day, a day when decision-making should be avoided as your thoughts are (according to the holiday's founder) incorrect. It is also a day for some people to discover that they are not always correct.

One may want to avoid using the term "I think" when starting a discussion. The observance of the observance may be a moment for all to consider our own ignorance. It's okay that one doesn't know everything, and if there is a need to feel as if you do, keep on. Tomorrow will be here soon, and then again, you will believe that you do!

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Although you may believe it would be appropriate to point out how wrong others' opinions are, you'd still be incorrect. You'd still be wrong for believing that. However, it would be a good day to scroll through all the Twitter comments that annoy you. Of course, if you're wrong on this holiday, take solace in the fact that you are both the one to the right and left of you. According to the day's name, you'd still be wrong. On social media, post your thoughts and let us know how wrong you think you are using #EverythingYouThinkIsWrongDay to post.

Everything you think is wrong day history has been wrong day history

We may be inaccurate, but we haven't been able to determine the source of this day. You may be correct, but that's another day. It's not this day. So, you'd be wrong.

Wrong FAQ

Is there an Everything You Think Is Right Day?

A. No. A. No. A. No. But there is an Everything You Do Is Right Day.

Is corned beef and cabbage only served on St. Patrick's Day? Q. Is corned beef and cabbage available on St. Patrick's Day?

A. If you believe that, you'd be wrong. Corned beef and cabbage can be enjoyed any day of the year.

Q. Is the Moon made of cheese? Q. Is it made of cheese?

A. If you believe that, you'd be wrong. The Moon, as the Earth, is made up of mainly rock and iron as well as other minerals.

Q. Is laughter the best medicine?

A. If you believe that, most days you'd be correct. But not today, but not today. You would be wrong today if you were wrong.