Be Nasty Day
When is Be Nasty Day? This holiday is always celebrated on March 8
It isn’t anywhere near Christmas. But this March 8 holiday appears ready-made for Ebenezer Scrooge. Today is Be Nasty Day. Now, if ever there was a holiday or observance to NOT participate in, it’s to Be Nasty Day!
There are naughty days and nice days, and all sorts of goodie gumdrop days on the calendar to celebrate and enjoy. So, it stands to reason that there will be a few negative types of days. This definitely is one of those days.
We hope you do not celebrate this day, and that it is not popular. We include it on our calendar, as it has a sizable presence on the internet, and it has been around since before 2000. If you do celebrate today, please recognize that there is a big difference between being nasty and being cruel.
Today’s Motto: Mamma always said: “If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say it!”.
How to Celebrate Be Nasty Day
- Sending a few harmless Ecards may be a way to celebrate today.
- Act like Ebenezer Scrooge. Dress like him, too.
“God does not require you to succeed. He only requires you to try.” – – Mother Teresa
History and Origin of Be Nasty Day
Our research did not find the creator or the origin of this day. It was not nice of him or her to leave us without even an explanation as to why this day was created.
We do not create these days. We only report and document them.
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