January 11th National Step in a Puddle and Splash Your Friends Day

By the time you finish saying what the day is, it may be over! I believe this is the longest title for a day I have run in to. Anyway, what a fun day (Depending on how it goes down)! You just need to find a puddle and a friend and you get the idea.

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Of course a lot of it depends on whether you can find a puddle or not. This time of year it’s normally not to hard to do. It rains a lot in the south but up north, a lot of those puddles may be frozen. But snow melts pretty fast and even if you can’t find one in nature, you could create one of your own.

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Next you need to find a friend who doesn’t mind getting splashed. I would advise not splashing someone on their way to a wedding or into work. It may also help if most of your friends are under ten years old. If you are say 50 and your friends are under 10 you may however want to make some better life choices.

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You could sort of make it a religious experience.  I doubt many will believe you but you could try. Or you could pretend that there are a bunch of bugs under the mud that you need to get rid of. Or maybe you are doing the traditional Peruvian mud dance and need spectators to make it a real experience.

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Or you could just say, “What the heck” and trust spontaneity to get you through the moment. After-all, how mad could your friend get?

How to celebrate – Start by finding a puddle. Next find a friend. Make sure you wear your rubber goloshes.

 

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