False Confession Day
When is False Confession Day? This holiday is always observed on November 21
False Confession Day is today, a November 21 holiday. I bet you have been waiting for today, in eager anticipation. For some unknown, yet wacky reason, the creator of this day, thought it would be fun to encourage false confessions.
Did you do it or not? If you did, mum’s the word today. But, if you didn’t do it, then today is your day to offer up a false confession.
While this day sounds like a lot of fun, use caution while participating. Making a false confession can have dangerous consequences. A false confession can get you in a heap of trouble in a hurry. So, please don’t make any false confession that will cause injury or harm to you or others.
False Confession Day probably should be followed up with a new holiday titled “Face the Consequences Day“, or “Retract Your Confession Day”. Either way, the things you do or don’t do today, could read like a Whodunit Mystery.
Have a happy False Confession Day!!
How to Celebrate False Confession Day
Here are a couple of our do’s and don’ts as examples:
Don’t confess to a crime you didn’t commit.
Don’t falsely report someone lost, killed, or injured.
Don’t falsely confess a relationship or love affair.
Do confess to kissing your dog on the lips.
- If you are a child and falsely admit to stealing a cookie from the cookie jar can result in no cookies for a week!
“God removes the sin of the one who makes humble confession, and thereby the devil loses the sovereignty he had gained over the human heart.” – – Saint Bernard
History and Origin of False Confession Day
We did not find any information about the origin of this special day, when it began or who originated it.
The creator would not make a false confession about creating this day.
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