10 Reasons Why New Years Day Is A Stupid Holiday

By Dan Cirucci | Dan Cirucci’s Blogspot

waving-new-year-babyI’ve always pretty much hated New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day.

But for a long time I couldn’t figure out why.

Now, I finally get it: They’re downright innocuous.

Here then, in no particular order are the Ten Big Reason why the New Year’s “holiday” is dumb, dumb, dumb:

1) There is absolutely no significant historical meaning to the day.

2) How many bowl games can you watch, anyway?

3) The day celebrates not the beginning of anything but rather the end — the end of the joyous holiday season.

4) The Tournament of Roses Parade and other New Year’s spectacles are all pretty much the same year-after-year.

5) You know it’s true: Nobody keeps New Year’s resolutions.

6) Celebrating the passing of time is like celebrating the inexorable march to your own death.

7) After Christmas, no other holiday on the immediate horizon can compete.

8) By January 1 you’re completely stuffed and don’t even wanna look at food. You’re facing the grueling regimen of a diet.

9) All you have to look forward to are the two bleakest months of the year: January and February (and March ain’t much better).

10) It’ll take you weeks to get used to writing 2015 and you may still be thinking 2014 even in April.

The bottom line: New Year’s Day is just another day on the calendar.

Dan Cirucci
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  1. Some very good points!! 😀 But there have been years when I have gone to bed saying “Thank God the year is over~~~” and looked to the new year as a way to start over. For that alone, its can be a good thing at times.

  2. Haha. I like most of the reasons except for the bowl games one. I can watch football all day…In fact, I am watching football all day, plus the Winter Classic.

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