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national foot day

national holiday where we celebrate feet
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feet are celebrated by having a holiday where we try to not use our hands AT ALL FOR ANYTHING FOR AN ENTIRE SINGLE DAY.
teslaberry, May 15 2016

My Left Foot https://en.wikipedi...g/wiki/My_Left_Foot
Christy uses his left foot, the only body part he can fully control [8th of 7, May 16 2016]

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       That's gonna be a toughie, starting with the morning trip to the loo.
whatrock, May 15 2016
  

       "I was sad i had no shoes, until I saw a man who had no feet."   

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       Used to know a guy with hands so small and arms so short they were useless.   

       His feet had picked up the hands job as much as they could. He used to annoy folks by pulling the hairs on their legs with his toes. He got around on a large tricycle. True Story.
popbottle, May 16 2016
  

       Perfectly credible.   

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8th of 7, May 16 2016
  

       //national foot day// Typical - still using imperial.
MaxwellBuchanan, May 16 2016
  

       National 'anything' day is not really an idea. This is because it opens the door to national 'one red finger' day or national 'no saying the word 'and' day' etc etc.
xenzag, May 16 2016
  

       But if it were national "No saying the word 'and' day", how would you tell people you were celebrating it? You'd have to say "Hey everybody! It's national No Using A Very Common Conjunction Day!" or "It's national No Saying The Word We Are Forbidden To Say On This Day Day!".
hippo, May 16 2016
  

       The Knights of Ni would know what to do.
8th of 7, May 16 2016
  
      
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