KJ (owlmoose) wrote,

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Happy Festival of Popular Delusions Day

Yes, really. Isn't it beautiful?

Unfortunately the name is more appealing than the reality -- the "holiday" was first "celebrated" in Germany, on June 5th, 1945, to recognize the "popular delusion" that Germany would one day conquer the world. But I'm still happy that a commemorative day with this name exists.

Your weird holiday reporter, checking in.
Tags: celebrations, funny, random

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