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Wednesday, March 5, 2008

International Day of Awesomeness: Monday, March 10

Posted By on Wed, Mar 5, 2008 at 8:30 AM

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It's been a pretty hard few months for many people, what with that psycho flu bug, the apparently incoming recession, and general malaise that comes with the winter months. So in the spirit of lifting everyone's chins just a wee bit comes The International Day of Awesomeness, this Monday, March 10. It's simple, really. Just, you know, be awesome and appreciate the awesomeness all around:

"The easiest way to celebrate The International Day of Awesomeness is

to be awesome. You could organize a group of your friends to perform feats of awesomness with. You could write a blog entry about someone you think epitomizes the ideals of awesomeness. As we get closer to the day, we'll have more concrete tips for things you can do to celebrate this very important (but fun, fun, fun - we can't stress that enough - The International Day of Awesomeness should be fun and

not taken too seriously)."

Why March 10, you ask? Because, naturally, March 10 is Chuck Norris' birthday. 'Nuff said. (via Laughing Squid)

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