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Everyone knows about Christmas, Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Easter. However, almost every day is some kind of holiday.

For example, October 3 is National Soft Taco day, followed by National Moldy-Cheese day on October 9, and National Seafood Bisque day on October 19. Surprisingly, there are people who are aware of these “special” days.

“I do celebrate them,” Gabrielle Surprenant, eighth grader, said. “But only for the foods I like.”

Shockingly, most official holidays were signed into law by the actual President himself. So I guess when Americans vote for office, they should consider not only what they think about topics such as immigration, military, and the economy, but they should also consider what day they want National French Toast day to be.

“They should just be for fun,” Surprenant says, “I don’t think the government has to be involved.”

However, regular citizens also have the chance to make food holidays as well. Turns out, with enough people and determination, you can ask the local mayor or state governor to recognize a holiday for you. So, if you really want to make National Yak Cheese day a thing, I guess you should go for it.

“They have no significance,” Surprenant says, “but it is still really fun to celebrate them.”

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