Opposite Day*



  • Source: This isn’t happiness
  • *Opposite Day is an unofficial holiday, that is generally observed whenever it is declared, where every action is modified so that meaning is negated. It is usually observed among children, and rarely lasts an entire day. Once Opposite Day is declared, statements mean the opposite of what they usually mean.


  1. My mama told me there would be days like this!! 😁😁

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  2. oh, dear… I do hope it is a ONE day holiday. 🙂

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  3. sometimes it comes out of nowhere –

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  4. Hope it gets better as the day goes along

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  5. I’ve always been conflicted by “Opposite Day” declarations … if it’s “Opposite Day” shouldn’t everything mean the opposite of what Opposite Day requires? So, then if it’s truly Opposite Day, it’s the opposite of opposite, which is the same as ever. Not nearly as fun, and I think I hurt my brain writing this! 🙂

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  6. When I get that feeling, I try to think of all the disappointment I can and then I know I can stand anything. Then I can smile. :o)

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  7. It will always get better! Truly, it will.

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  8. Reblogged this on It Is What It Is and commented:
    Why do I feel like this today? …. and maybe other days too!?

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  9. The disappointment may be discovered when he opens his lunch box. Oh, no! Cottage cheese and jelly. Can this day get any worse?!

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  10. The definition has a good spin, and I don’t mean it in the sense of the Opposite Day. You declared it yesterday and even if that is the opposite of today, I assume it has expired.

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  11. christinesat says:

    Ohhhh. This really makes me happy. I love Calvin & Hobbes. I really do! One of my favorite characters. Thank you so much, David, for a loud laughing moment and a big grin on my face, while I’m sitting at my desk on a rainy Sunday afternoon and checking a package (feels like HUNDREDS) of homeworks.

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