National Blase Day:
Observed annually on every November 25th, the National Blase Day is dedicated to celebrating the queer idea of being ‘blase’ about anything that you are not impressed about. If you want to be blase about a few things or everything around you, this day is your perfect excuse!
|2020||25th November||Wednesday||United States|
|2021||25th November||Thursday||United States|
|2022||25th November||Friday||United States|
Related: Other National Days Celebrated on November 25th:
Why Blase Day?
The Blase Day was founded by Thomas & Ruth Roy of Wellcat Holidays. The term ‘blase’ originated from the French word which means to be indifferent, unimpressed, or bored with something as it has been watched or experienced many times before.
Blase Day encourages us to take pleasure in your unpleasant incidents surrounding your life by being blase about them. You don’t need to be wary about everything that happens to you or around you. Sometimes it’s okay to feel blase about things that are beyond your control. Everyone feels ‘blase’ at some time or the other. Apathy comes as a natural defense mechanism to prevent us from thinking about things that might cause us too much pain, or when we are stressed or disappointed.
Although being blase is something we cannot avoid, continuing in the same state is not a healthy attitude. If someone is showing apathy for a longer time it could be a deeper psychological and social issue, although it might not always be the case.
So feel free to express your blase’ feelings with loved ones or visit your Psychiatrist if you still feel blase long after the Blase Day.
Unimpressed by the economic situation? It’s fine to feel blase about it. Eating the same food for consecutive days? Be blase’. Nothing new on TV? You know you get to be blase. Unimpressed by your team losing for the 20th time in a row! Go on, be blase! Got 100 Unnecessary emails, no problem, continue being blase’ for today.
However, it is recommended not to be blase about a few important things today, such as:
- Making Payments
- Contributing to your favorite NGO
- Restocking on home essentials
- Being happy
- Playing with Kids
- People that care for you and those you love!
So, this Blase Day, enjoy being blase about a few things that you need to be blase about! You are sovereign after all!
How Can We Observe National Blase Day?
There are many ways to express your blase today!
- Just say ‘Meh’ or ‘Yawn’ about it!
The best part about today you can get creative about being blase! Just say ‘Meh’ or ‘Yawn’ about things that you are unimpressed about. If you are still unimpressed, create your tune to express your blase’ feelings today!
- Share your blase’ feeling in a blog or video
List down all the things that make you go blase’! Who knows there might be many others who would have the same feeling about similar issues.
- Tell about National Blase Day
Tell about National Blase Day on social media and encourage friends and family to be blase today! Use hashtags #NationalBlaseDay and #BlaseDay to share on social media.
- Invite friends over and be blase together!
Celebrate this queer holiday in a queer way. Invite friends over who are blase about the same things are blase too! Have fun being blase’!
Interesting Facts About National Blase Day:
Here are some interesting facts surrounding the term – blase, this National Blase Day!
- Blase stands at being the 6399th popular name in the US.
- One in 78,023 of the US population is named Blase
- The name ‘Blase’ is loved by 12.82 people per million.
- The chances of the name ‘Blase’ being used as a first name is 66.67%
- Blase being used as a middle name stands at 33.33%
- The sum of the total letters in Blase in alphabetical order results in 39 thus making it arithmetic partners with the words ‘Tame’ and ‘Clear’.
- people are blase’ about cooking skills, cleaning skills, driving skills.
- The Times in 2011 reported that technological innovation has become a blase to people
- The Sun reported that people who give autographs are more blase about it than anyone else
- Youngsters are becoming more and more blase about the existence of God
- Not everyone feels blase about the same things in the same sense
History Of National Blase Day:
The historical details of the origin and the reasons for celebrating the National Blase Day are unknown until the further revelation. There are no claims from Congress or the President declaring it as a National Day. Thus this day is celebrated as an unofficial fun holiday in the US.