On November 25th, Blasé Day is celebrated annually. We are uncertain whether we should be excited about it or if we should be blasé about Blasé Day. We're not sure if we should be excited about it or if we should be blasé about it.
This rare observance gives us permission to be blasé toward just about everything.
Unimpressed by pumpkin spice everything? It's okay to be blasé about it today. For the fourth time today, Heard performed the same pop song for the fourth time today. Be blasé. Nothing on TV tonight, nothing on TV tonight. Just be blasé. Bored by your friend's team's victory in their 266th game in a row? You got it, Yep, you got it. You can be blasé, whether it's the 20-page Christmas letter, your mother's regular photo taking, or the fifth night of leftover pizza.
However, there are things we shouldn't be worried about. As an example: For example: For example: For example: For example: For example: For example: For example:
- Contributing to your 401k Contributing to your 401k Contributing to your 401k
- Making your car payment is the easiest part of making your car payment
- The coffee is restockeding the coffee
- Singing's happy birthday to a 2-year-old boy
- Every Day is being sure to celebrate Every Day
How to celebrate #blaseday
There are also several ways to express your blasé emotions. Meh. Yawn is a ywn. Tune out. On social media, use #BlaseDay to post.
Blase' day history
Blasé Day was created by Thomas & Ruth Roy of Wellcat Holidays.
What if I'm not feeling blasé on Blasé Day?
A. Lucky you.
What if Blasé Day lands on Thanksgiving Day? You may still be blasé, but you should still feel blasé if you pack a storage container for your leftovers.
Why do these FAQs look different from others? Q. Why does this FAQ differ from others?
A. We felt a little blasé about the questions.