Celebrate a bizarre alternative to Christmas.
The editor of Reader’s Digest, Daniel O’Keefe, created this holiday in February 1966. He switched it to December 23rd to commemorate his first date with his wife. Years later Daniel’s son was writing on the sitcom Seinfeld and wove it into an episode. During the episode, Frank Costanza says he invented the holiday as a reaction to the commercialism of Christmas. On this day, participants are encouraged to do things such as serve a traditional dinner in the evening and get away from the bright lights and big, flashy sales.
Introduce and/or remind your audience of this strange and wonderful event by using this video template. Who knows — maybe it’ll catch on.
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