AudioBits & BreaksCountry PrepDatebookDatebook TomorrowEntertainmentFun & GamesNews & NuggetsNews AttackNumber for the DayTelevisionWacky-But-TrueUser’s Guide    Facebook Group



• Marion Ross (Happy Days) is 90

• Singer Helen Reddy is 77

• Nancy Cartwright (The Simpsons) is 61

• Michael Boatman (The Good Wife, Spin City) is 54

• Samantha Bee is 49

• Adam Goldberg (Saving Private Ryan) is 48

• Craig Robinson (Darryl on The Office) is 47

• Katy Perry is 34


• 1970: The wreck of Confederate submarine Hunley was found off Charleston, South Carolina, by underwater archaeologist Dr. E. Lee Spence. Hunley was the first submarine to sink a ship in warfare.

•  2001: Windows XP was released.

•  1998: A Danish man said goodbye to his 86-year-old father by taking his corpse for a motorcycle ride and stopping at a bar for a beer and a cigar. Flemming Pedersen asked to be left alone with his dad, dressed the corpse in leather, a helmet, boots, and dark glasses, strapped it to his Harley-Davidson, and rode around Copenhagen for three hours to his father’s favorite places. He said he felt good about the ride.

•  1999: Golfer Payne Stewart and five others were killed when their Learjet flew uncontrolled for four hours before crashing in South Dakota. Stewart was 42.

•  2002: The Utah State Court of Appeals dismissed Robert Paul Rice’s claims that the Utah State Prison was violating his right to practice his religion by failing to provide him with a “vampire” diet. The so-called vampire diet apparently would have involved a conjugal visit from a “vampress.”

• 2010: Sony took its original cassette Walkman off the market.


• Sourest Day

• World Pasta Day

• Greasy Food Day

• International Artist Day


• October 31: Halloween (Wednesday)
• November 4: Daylight Saving Time ends
• November 4: New York City marathon
• November 6: Election day
• November 6: College basketball season begins
• November 9: World Chess Championship (November 9-28) in London
• November 12: Veterans Day
• November 21: Hanksgiving. Always the day before Thanksgiving, Hanksgiving is a day to give thanks for one of the world’s most beloved actors, Tom Hanks.
• November 22: Thanksgiving
• November 23: Black Friday
• November 24: Small Business Saturday
• November 26: Cyber Monday
• November 27: Giving Tuesday
• December 2: Hanukkah starts
• December 6: Time Person of the Year
• December 6: Golden Globe nominees announced
• December 21: Winter begins (5:23 PM ET)
• January 6: Golden Globes
• January 21: Martin Luther King Jr. Day


62: The percentage of working adults who said they’d take a four day workweek over a 20% raise.


According to a new study, people who eat organic foods are 25% less likely to develop cancer. [And 25% more likely to brag about how healthy they are every time they see you.]

A judge has turned down Bill Cosby’s request for a new trial. [The judge also turned down Cosby’s request to change his name to anything other than Cosby.]

British police are looking for a thief who bears a strong resemblance to David Schwimmer. [Well, we all go through lean times.]

Researchers have found cells in the brains of dogs that work like a clock, giving your dog a sense of time. [In other words, my dog keeps begging for me to take him for a walk with two minutes left in the fourth quarter on purpose.]

A study filmed crows assembling tools from various parts. [But best wishes trying to find one of them to help you when you have questions in the home improvement store.]

The Centers for Disease Control is asking people not to dress up their chickens for Halloween. [Well, there goes another beloved family tradition.]

Motorola has become the first phone manufacturer to sell repair kits. [It’s a good thing I held on to my flip phone from the ’90s.]

A United plane had to make a U-turn midflight after it was determined that the plane was too big to land at the intended airport. [It’s a disgrace that in 2018 we’re still publicly body-shaming our aircraft.]

An aircraft with Nazi emblems crashed onto a California highway. No one was injured. [Apparently it had been caught in a strong headwind for the past 75 years.]

An escaped prison inmate from Georgia who was recaptured in Florida claims the police have made a mistake. He says that he’s his twin brother. However, authorities have no record of the twin actually existing. [The inmate says that just shows how diabolically clever his brother is.]


ASSASSINATION ATTEMPT ON A FORMER U.S. PRESIDENT _ Authorities have intercepted a bomb intended for former President Barack Obama, and several other top political figures were targeted in what authorities are investigating as a connected series of incidents. The FBI said the packages were addressed to:

  • Former President Barack Obama
  • Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton
  • Former Attorney General Eric Holder
  • Former CIA Director John Brennan, in the care of CNN
  • Major Democratic donor George Soros

… They said the packages were similar in appearance and contained what they described as “potentially destructive devices.”

PAYING ORGAN DONORS PAYS OFF _ Paying living kidney donors $10,000 to give up their organs would save money over the current system. That’s according to a study awhile back by Canadian researchers (University of Calgary) that rekindled the ongoing debate about whether it’s practical — and ethical — to offer financial incentives for human body parts. Right now the question is theoretical. In most countries paying people to donate organs is illegal.

… In a survey, 77% said kidney donors should be paid; 16% said no; 8% said they didn’t know.

FB icon Start it on Facebook, take it to the phones: It’s not Mega Millions money but would you sell a kidney for $10,000? Researchers say letting us sell parts we don’t need would take care of our organ donation shortage. • Here’s a public domain image you can use.

YAHOO TO PAY YOU 25 CENTS FOR DATA BREACH _ Yahoo has agreed to pay $50 million in damages and provide two years of free credit-monitoring services to 200 million people whose email addresses and other personal information were stolen as part of the biggest security breach in history. About 3 billion Yahoo accounts were hit by hackers that included some linked to Russia by the FBI. The settlement covers about 1 billion of those accounts held by an estimated 200 million people in the U.S. and Israel from 2012 through 2016.

KIND-HEARTED CITY BUS DRIVER WAITS UP FOR STUDENTS _ A bus driver in China was praised recently for waiting at a stop longer than scheduled every night so that two hard-working high school students can catch a ride home. One student said they would always miss the bus in the past because their classes end just a few minutes before the bus arrives. The bus driver learned of their situation and began waiting a few extra minutes for the girls every evening.

MARINE PILOT ALLEGEDLY TRACED PENIS SHAPE IN THE SKY _ The U.S. Marine Corps has launched an investigation after social media users noted that a California-based Marine flight had appeared to trace out the shape of a penis in the sky. Aircraft Spots, a Twitter account that documents military flights, noted the airplane’s unusual path over California’s Salton Sea. The account tweeted photos appearing to show a flight path that deviated from a straight line into an intricate, obscene shape. The account joked, “Somebody needs to have a word” with the pilot. Initially identified as a Navy flight, the account later corrected the record to say the airplane belonged to the Marine Corps.

McDONALD’S LAUNCHING THE TRIPLE BREAKFAST STACK _ Starting November 1st, McDonald’s will begin selling the calorific Triple Breakfast Stack, which features 2 sausage patties, egg, bacon, cheese all on a your choice of bagel, McMuffin or McGriddle.

SOUTH CAROLINA FAMILY ASKS HUNTERS NOT TO KILL THEIR PET DEER _ A family in South Carolina have asked hunters for a favor: Don’t shoot George. George is a pet deer the family adopted after his mother was hit by a car. Kena Lucas Funderburk said that after they adopted the deer it formed bonds with the family’s children and pet dog. They eventually let George run wild, but he always returns home.

… Kena’s Facebook post says: “Local Hunters… Please don’t shoot the 7pt with the yellow tape around his antlers if you see him, it’s George!”

SPACE TRAVEL ALTERS THE BRAIN _ Astronauts who spend long periods of time away from Earth may experience changes in the brain that linger long after their return. Brain scans conducted on ten cosmonauts who each spent an average of 189 days on the International Space Station have revealed measurable differences in the volumes of the three main tissues. While it’s already known that space travel can lead to muscle atrophy and reductions in bone density, the effects on the tissues in the human brain are still a mystery.

DOG PRETENDS TO BE A STRAY TO GET HAMBURGERS _ A dog owner in Oklahoma is calling out her own pup for scheming to get free McDonald’s hamburgers. Betsy Reyes of Oklahoma City says her dog, Princess, sneaks out at night and sits outside McDonald’s, pretending to be a stray. Betsy shared on social media: “If you see my dog @ the McDonald’s on Shields, quit feeding her fat [butt] bc she don’t know how to act & be leaving the house all the time to go walking to McDonald’s at night. She’s not even a stray dog.”

FACEBOOK NOW LETS YOU ADD MUSIC TO YOUR PROFILE AND STORIES _ Facebook announced it was offering several new ways for users to incorporate music into their on-site identities. The company plans to add the ability to listen to music on Stories and Profiles. As of Wednesday night users can use music in Stories. To use it, they just need to tap the “Music” sticker and select the song of their choice. Facebook will soon allow you to play songs on your profile. The new Music section on your profile lets you show what songs you’re listening to, and you can also pin one of them to the top of your profile to show visitors what kind of mood you’re in. Visitors who open the Music section can listen to short clips of any of the songs, as well as visit the artist’s page.

… Another feature is Facebook’s Lip Sync Live. The feature lets you record yourself singing and share the result with your friends. Some popular songs will include lyrics onscreen to imitate a karaoke-experience.

PARENTS REGRET SHARING BIRTHDAY PHOTO _ The parents of a 6-year-old boy whose classmates didn’t show up for his birthday pizza party said their son is over the pie-size disappointment — but they regret sharing the photo that made the story go viral. Sil Mazzini and Ted Bollinger said the birthday bash on Sunday at Peter Piper Pizza in Tucson for their son Teddy was the boy’s “first birthday party” at a venue, a chance for him to let loose with his 32 classmates. But an hour into the party no one had shown up — sending the family’s spirits into a tailspin. So Bollinger and Mazzini did what most parents would do in that situation — kept their son occupied with arcade games and pizza.

….Mazzini said she sent the picture in “disbelief” when none of the “20-something” guests she had expected showed up. But Mazzini said she now wishes she hadn’t sent the photo of Teddy sitting alone in front of several half-eaten pizzas to a local news website. She says they would “love to go back in time” because they don’t want all the attention.

… At least one positive thing came out of it: last night (Wednesday) the family went as special guests to watch the Phoenix Suns take on LeBron James and the Los Angeles Lakers.

NORWAY SPENDS A LOT ON HAIRCARE PRODUCTS _ Which country spends the most money on haircare products? The U.S.? Italy? Naw, it’s Norway and Japan. Norwegians paying an average $46 per capita on hair care products. The Japanese spent $43.50 each but in Pakistan the average spend worked out at just 17 cents.

WHAT WE DO WHEN WE’RE STUCK IN TRAFFIC _ A survey finds many drivers put those idle traffic-jam moments to good use. The survey of 15,000 drivers found while a large number listen to the radio, listen to podcasts and check stuff on their smartphone, a quarter admitted to changing clothes; almost half of women applied make-up; 14% of men tied their ties. Then there was the fringe group who spent their time behind the wheel flossing and shaving.

REMEMBER THIS? A YEAR AGO THIS WEEK: LISTEN TO TUNES WHILE YOU WORK OUT _ People who listen to tunes while exercising put more “umph” into their workout. A study finds music is a mood-enhancer, distractor, and makes you more likely to push yourself.


WACKY-BUT-TRUE: POKÉMON GO CLONE HAS PLAYERS COLLECTING CATHOLIC SAINTS _ A new app is the Catholic Church’s newest attempt to reach out to Generation Z. The Vatican is not directly linked with the new game, called Follow JC Go. The game centers around collecting Catholic saints and various other biblical figures instead of Pokémon monsters.

WACKY-BUT-TRUE: HUMVEE DROPPED FROM PLANE BY MISTAKE _ An Air Force C-17 prematurely dropped a Humvee by parachute into rural North Carolina, miles from the intended target. The parachute opened and the vehicle landed Wednesday in a wooded area between two homes about 7 miles north of Fort Bragg’s drop zones. The drop was part of a test conducted by soldiers.

WACKY-BUT-TRUE: MAN SETS HOME ON FIRE AFTER USING BLOWTORCH TO KILL SPIDERS _ A man who was house-sitting for his parents in California set the home on fire after he used a blowtorch to kill spiders. The man who was trying to kill black widow spiders made it out of the home safely. No one else was home at the time.

WACKY-BUT-TRUE: FAMILY UPSET AFTER U-HAUL VAN USED AS HEARSE _ A Florida family is upset over the botched burial of their loved one. Thelford Rigby Jr. had a severe weight problem and related health issues, so an oversized casket and grave site were required. But when it came time to lay Rigby to rest, family members said the cemetery somehow had the wrong measurements and so the burial hole and the vault were too small. Another painful insult was the hearse. The Wright & Young Funeral Home couldn’t use its hearses because they were too small, so employees told the family they would get an all-black or white cargo van. But a U-Haul van is what showed up at the service.

… The Miami funeral home later released a statement saying: “The staff of Wright & Young Funeral Home deeply regrets the transportation issue, which occurred during the service of Mr. Rigby. Our management team has met privately with the family and expressed our most sincere apologies and regrets.”

WACKY-BUT-TRUE: WALMART THIEF DRESSED AS COW _ Arkansas cops are stumped as to why an accused shoplifter was wearing a cow costume when she recently swiped allergy medicine from a Walmart. Police say Ashley Curry “was dressed as a black and white Holstein cow, complete with four pink udders in her lower abdomen area.” Curry allegedly hid a package of Flonase in her coat pocket and headed for the store exit. As she left she was met by police.

WACKY-BUT-TRUE: WOMAN KNOCKED OFF MOTORCYCLE BY FLYING TURKEY _ Jess Downing was riding her red 2011 Kawasaki motorcycle on the way to her masonry job in Chester, New Hampshire, the other day when a turkey perched on a stone wall in a field decided to take flight. Downing had no time to react when the big bird took off and flew into her, knocking her off the bike. Downing broke her right hand and suffered some scrapes on her right leg. She was wearing a helmet, gloves, jeans and a sweatshirt. While Downing is recovering from her injuries, the turkey wasn’t so lucky. It was killed by the impact. Downing got to keep the turkey.

WACKY-BUT-TRUE: SERIAL DIAPER DUMPER CAUGHT _ A suspected serial diaper dumper has been caught in New Jersey. Police (in Franklin Township) say the 68-year-old grandfather had been dumping loads of diapers along roads for over a year. According to a report of the Associated Press, the man allegedly told police the diapers came from his grandson and that leaving them around town without getting caught “almost became a game.”

WACKY-BUT-TRUE: MAN STOLE LEFT SHOES ONLY _ Japanese police arrested a man for theft after 440 women’s left shoes were found in his home. Officers discovered the collection after the 45-year-old man was arrested for stealing the left shoes of two women from a hospital. The hospital, which asks visitors to change into slippers, said people had complained about missing shoes.


THE BIG BANG THEORY (8p ET, CBS) — New. Wolowitz dresses up as Sheldon for Halloween.

NFL FOOTBALL (8p ET, FOX) — Miami Dolphins at Houston Texans

SERIES PREMIERE: LEGACIES (9p ET, CW) — In this spinoff of The Originals, under the guidance of headmaster Alaric Saltzman, the next generation of supernatural beings comes of age. Danielle Rose Russell stars a teenager who comes from vampire, werewolf and witch bloodlines.

MURPHY BROWN (9:30p ET, CBS) — New. Murphy is exasperated when she learns Frank is dating an anchor (guest star Katie Finneran) from the competing Wolf Network.

HEATHERS (10p ET, Paramount) — This canceled-before-it-even-aired series is based on the 1988 black comedy starring Winona Ryder and Christian Slater. The entire series will air over the next few days after being postponed many months.


THE HIGHEST PAID ACTORS ON TV IN 2018 _ Jim Parsons has topped the list of highest-paid actors in the television industry for the fourth year in a row, after making a whopping $26.5 million before taxes in the past year. Others in the top ten include NCIS star Mark Harmon at $19 million and The Walking Dead’s Andrew Lincoln at $11 million.

SANDRA BULLOCK AND SARAH PAULSON’S HORROR MOVIE HAS TRAILER _ As if the idea of monsters that hunt by sound wasn’t scary enough, Netflix’s forthcoming horror movie, Bird Box, looks to be an even more terrifying assault on the senses. In a trailer that hit Wednesday for the Sandra Bullock-led fright flick, an “entity that takes on the form of your worst fears” turns the world into a post-apocalyptic wasteland where the only way to stay alive is to avoid looking at the outside world. The preview features several shots of a blindfolded Bullock and her equally sightless children attempting a harrowing journey through the wilderness. It comes to Netflix on December 21. • VIDEO

JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE POSTPONES CONCERT DUE TO BRUISED VOCAL CHORDS _ Justin Timberlake can barely say something, let alone sing. The singer postponed Wednesday night’s Man of the Woods tour date at Madison Square Garden, explaining on social media that his “vocal chords are severely bruised” and he cannot perform “on doctor’s orders.” The show is rescheduled to take place on Timberlake’s birthday, January 31.

DAVID SCHWIMMER GETS IN ON THEFT SUSPECT PHOTO _ Fans of the NBC sitcom Friends have noted a striking similarity between a a recent photo of a theft suspect posted by a British police department and David Schwimmer, the actor who played Ross Gellar on the show. The attention generated by the by the Facebook post compelled Schwimmer to clear his name with a humorous video on Twitter.

… Schwimmer’s caption reads: “Officers, I swear it wasn’t me. As you can see, I was in New York. To the hardworking Blackpool Police, good luck with the investigation. #itwasntme”. The video shows Schwimmer recreating the theft in England, with the actor carrying a case of beverages down a grocery store aisle as he heads for the exit. • VIDEO

JOHN LEGEND, CHRISSY TEIGEN TO HOST NBC HOLIDAY SPECIAL _ NBC announced Wednesday it will air the hourlong special, A Legendary Christmas with John and Chrissy, on November 28. John Legend is expected to perform songs from his upcoming album, A Legendary Christmas, which is set for release tomorrow (October 26). Celebrity guests are to expected to be announced at a later date.

JENNIFER GARNER DATING A CEO _ Jennifer Garner is dating businessman John Miller. Miller, who’s 40, was also previously married before filing for divorce from celebrity violinist Caroline Campbell in 2011. He and Campbell are parents to two school-age children.

… The businessman is CEO and chairman of holding company CaliGroup. The company owns the CaliBurger chain, which boasts a special robotics technique that flips burger patties.


Find these audio files on the PRO AUDIO PAGE.

• IF KIDS WON THE LOTTERY: Kids share what they would buy if they won the lottery.

• PHONER: A series of experiments by Princeton psychologists revealed that all it takes is a tenth of a second to form an impression of a stranger from their face. What’s a turn-off when you first meet someone?  →  2 real callers

• HALLOWEEN: A big collection of Halloween related drops.



Wanna get lucky this weekend? No, not that kind of lucky. I’m talking about creating luck. Doesn’t it seem like some people have more luck than others?

Some tips for getting lucky(er):

• Be Prepared. You probably get “lucky” more often than you realize. If you think about it, you can recall dozens of great opportunities that presented themselves, but you weren’t prepared to seize. Take the workplace. If a co-worker holding a position you want, suddenly and unexpectedly quits, are you ready to step up to the plate? Can you convince your boss that you’re able to fill their shoes? Have you studied up on their duties and responsibilities? If so, you just got lucky. But without the preparation, you would be left without the position, deeming yourself one of the unlucky ones.

• Show Up. Woody Allen famously said that 90% of life is just showing up. Put another way, if you sit at home pining away for a chance encounter with that special someone, you will never meet him or her. You have to make up your mind to get out there and put yourself in situations that would allow your desire to be met. This may involve going to community events, galas, and other venues where eligible singles meet.

• Better Your Odds. Luck is all about odds, and beating the odds is really just a numbers game. To increase your odds of getting lucky, you have to throw your hat in the ring more, and cast enough lines to reel in a catch. For example, if you’re really trying to sell more of those home made necklaces your friends love, don’t just post a few pics on a website and hope for the best. Get ’em on the site then cast the net for new fans on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc.

• Listen to Your Instincts. Don’t trivialize, or flat-out ignore your intuition, hunches, and gut feelings and don’t dismiss them as products of an overactive imagination. If you have a nagging feeling that you should take a different route to work, instead of blowing it off, follow it. Later, you might talk about how “lucky” you were to have avoided the freeway and that 10 car pile-up you heard about on the news. Or you might just see something you’ve never seen on your way to work before!

• Take Risks. Somebody wise once said, “Fortune favors the bold.” Being bold means taking risks, opting for the road less traveled, and not being afraid to defy convention. It can also mean breaking the mold, and trying new and innovative ways to approach things.

source: Overcoming Fear: Sticking it to What’s Holding You Back


• India exports more human hair, in total and per capita, than any other country.

• Over 9,000 people in Des Moines, Iowa signed a petition urging the United States to immediately end its occupation of North America. The organizers wished to demonstrate that people often sign petitions without agreeing with them, but even they were surprised at the high level of support for American withdrawal.

• In honor of author Rudyard Kipling’s 140th birthday, Oxford University asked students how much they like Kipling. Nearly half responded that they’d never kipled.

• More vehicles have traveled on the New Jersey Turnpike than any other road in the world.

• 23,101 children under the age of 10 were asked which animal cracker tastes best. Forty-seven per cent said the elephant is the tastiest.

• More soda is consumed through a straw than all other beverages combined.

• A quarter of computer users never change their screensaver from the factory-loaded one.

• Men are at their most romantic at age 53.

• Food researchers say ice cream tastes better when licked from a cone than eaten from a spoon.


TRIVIA: The greatest number of these to open in one day — 39 — happened on October 29, 2003. (Walmarts)

TRIVIA: What do the letters e, t, o, a and n have in common? (They’re the most frequently used in the alphabet)

TRIVIA: Something in your pocket or purse has reeding. What? (A dime, nickel or quarter. Reeding is the parallel grooves cut into the edge of a coin.)

TRIVIA: In a survey about favorite ‘comfort foods’, mashed potatoes comes in second behind what? (Meatloaf)



• Jaclyn Smith (Charlie’s Angels) is 73

• Wheel of Fortune host Pat Sajak is 72

• Rita Wilson is 62

• Dylan McDermott (The Practice) is 57

• Cary Elwes is 56

• Tom Cavanagh (The Flash, Ed) is 50

• Seth McFarlane (Family Guy) is 45

• Florence Kasumba (Black Panther) is 42

• Jon Heder (Blades of Glory, Napoleon Dynamite) is 41


• 1881: The Gunfight at the O.K. Corral took place at Tombstone, Arizona.

• 1965: The Beatles were appointed Members of the Order of the British Empire (MBEs).

• 1984: In Loma Linda, California, a baboon’s heart was transplanted into “Baby Fae,” a newborn with a severe heart defect. Baby Fae lived 21 days with her experimental animal heart.

• 1990: Wayne Gretzky became the first National Hockey League player to reach 2,000 points.

• 1997: St. Vincent’s Hospital in Green Bay, Wisconsin, issued an SOS after five babies were born and they ran out of green and gold Green Bay Packer caps and booties. Volunteer knitters rushed in to keep newborns warm in Packer colors, including even Packer blankets and quilts.

• 2010: Three Gorges Dam, the world’s largest water control and utilization project, announced its water levels had reached full capacity.


• Howl at The Moon Night

• International Bandanna Day

• Bread Sticks Day

• Pumpkin Day


• October 31: Halloween (Wednesday)
• November 4: Daylight Saving Time ends
• November 4: New York City marathon
• November 6: Election day
• November 6: College basketball season begins
• November 9: World Chess Championship (November 9-28) in London
• November 12: Veterans Day
• November 21: Hanksgiving. Always the day before Thanksgiving, Hanksgiving is a day to give thanks for one of the world’s most beloved actors, Tom Hanks.
• November 22: Thanksgiving
• November 23: Black Friday
• November 24: Small Business Saturday
• November 26: Cyber Monday
• November 27: Giving Tuesday
• December 2: Hanukkah starts
• December 6: Time Person of the Year
• December 6: Golden Globe nominees announced
• December 21: Winter begins (5:23 PM ET)
• January 6: Golden Globes
• January 21: Martin Luther King Jr. Day



• John Cleese is 79. Country singer Lee Greenwood is 76. Ivan Reitman is 72. Fran Lebowitz is 68. Simon LeBon is 60. Kelly Osbourne is 34.

• Make A Difference Day. Black Cat Day. Cranky Co-workers Day. Navy Day. Pit Bull Awareness Day. Tell a Story Day. Potato Day. American Beer Day.


• Country musician Charlie Daniels is 82. Dennis Franz is 74. Annie Potts is 66. Lauren Holly is 55. Andy Richter is 52. Julia Roberts is 51. Country singer Brad Paisley is 46. Joaquin Phoenix is 44. Gwendoline Christie is 40. Matt Smith is 36. Nolan Gould is 20.

• Champagne Day. Mother-in-Law Day. Chocolate Day. Visit A Cemetery Day. Plush Animal Lover’s Day.