WYRD

Sometimes you do want to be the one thing that’s doing its own thing and that’s what makes you fantastic.  It’s Wonderful Weirdos Day! We’re celebrating all the wonderful attributes that make you weird.  Whether you’re Monica on Friends weird or Mork and Mindy weird, you’re on the spectrum.  Own your weird!  If you’re biting the heads off live baby birds, you’re not weird, you’re crazy (completely different holiday).  But, if you’re an outlandish dresser, have dreams everyone else claims are unrealistic, or an unusual obsession with salt/pepper shakers shaped like animals, wear your weird like a crown! Go out and weird the day!

HOLIDAY ON MY FRIENDS!!!

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Oxford Dictionary – Origin of weird

Old English wyrd ‘destiny’, of Germanic origin. The adjective ( late Middle English) originally meant ‘having the power to control destiny’,

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