National Beheading Day
About National Beheading Day
Date When Celebrated: National Beheading Day is always observed on September 2
WARNING: Heads will roll! Certainly, you’re level-headed. You’ve got a good head on your shoulders. So, keep it there. National Beheading Day is today. Hold onto your hat. And, make certain to keep your head screwed on tight.
Every once in a while, we happen upon a special day that has no apparent rhyme or reasoning. We can’t imagine why someone would create this day. It defies logic. But, National Beheading Day is very prolific on the net. So, therefore, it warrants a few (very few) words.
Throughout history, beheadings have occurred. The list is long, including commoners and Kings. The most notable king to be beheaded was Charles I of England in 1645.
While this is a big day, don’t go crazy and lose your head. In addition to protecting your neck, we suggest you spend this day reading about famous beheadings.
Beheading Day Trivia: Who said “Off with their heads!”? This phrase spoken by the Queen of Hearts in Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland
” An apple a day keeps anyone way, if you throw it hard enough.” – – Stephen Colbert.
History and Origin of National Beheading Day
We found no factual information about this special day. However, this holiday goes back many years.
We have absolutely no doubt that today IS NOT a National Day. If Congress or the President had declared this a National day, the American public would have their heads.
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