Culture: Celebration: Emotion
Procrastination day   (+4)  [vote for, against]
Dont put off this celebration any longer

I have been thinking of suggesting this for a while now. What do you all think of the idea? Now if it takes you a little while to annotate, I'll understand.
-- tasman, Aug 01 2004

(?) national procrastination week http://www.newsgene...esources/events.htm
plenty of other choice holidays here too [xclamp, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 21 2004]

i'll have to think about this...............
-- PinkDrink, Aug 01 2004

Isn't this what sunday's were made for?
-- Cunninglinguist, Aug 01 2004

Fantastic idea - how's about tomorrow?
-- wagster, Aug 01 2004

I love it, but who would plan the celebrations?
-- skuiper, Aug 01 2004

Okay, good idea, can't quite fit it in at the moment how about we have it in a few weeks?
-- scubadooper, Aug 01 2004

This idea would have 30 croissants by now, if people would get off their a**es and click the vote button.
-- phundug, Aug 01 2004

*click* but I didn't get off my a**. I prefer to sit and surf.
-- destructionism, Aug 01 2004

I'll have a think about your annos and possibly get back to you tomorrow
-- tasman, Aug 01 2004

Anybody know when the 2003 annual meeting of the Procrastination Society is going to be held?
-- tasman, Aug 01 2004

I'll vote on this tomorrow.
-- DrCurry, Aug 01 2004

Didn't we procrastinate this idea before?
-- thumbwax, Aug 01 2004

sounds like just a normal day for me.
-- simonj, Aug 01 2004

what [simonj] said, sadly.
-- Pericles, Aug 01 2004

turns out, there's a 'national procrastination week', march 1-7. no word on whether it's started or finished though. (link)
-- xclamp, Aug 01 2004

Does this mean if we wait around long enough wondering whether to have a holiday or not, tomorrow will be holiday too?
-- goff, Aug 02 2004

I have to get other things done before I vote on this, but I I'll be thinking about it and fretting over it, and it's going to make me break out and my ulcer is going to act up again...
-- Machiavelli, Aug 02 2004

Great idea for a holiday but whens the beer comin?
-- Jim_Bean, Aug 02 2004

//Finished with Procrastination Day! NEXT!// What about International Wet Blanket Day ?
-- tasman, Aug 02 2004

"Folks, if you were with us last week, we never got around to mentioning that it was National Procrastination day. If you get a chance this week, please try to celebrate it. If you can't get to it, then maybe try to do it at the weekend, but no big rush. Have a nice day."

(just a little something I found via google when I finally got around to seeing if this had been done before. Based on the 50K+ hits, I'd say yes, eventually)
-- lintkeeper2, Aug 02 2004

//when I finally got around to seeing if this had been done before// I was going to do that but never got around to it
-- tasman, Aug 03 2004

I'll post a proper anno once I've had chance to read the suggestion.
-- WYBloke, Aug 03 2004

Not now. I've got a headache.
-- 2 fries shy of a happy meal, Aug 03 2004

Baked- National Dothing Day is Feb. 12 (All Saits Calendar) in the US. I remember because that's when she left me. It made sense at the time. fishbones!
-- Around TUIT, Aug 15 2004

Get some sleep, [around].
-- contracts, Aug 15 2004

Thought I'd pop back and see if anyone had done anything with this since my last anno[p------- (cat on keyboard). Maybe I'll get the ball moving soon.
-- wagster, Aug 17 2004

I'll give you a bun...tomorrow.
-- Freefall, Aug 17 2004

I'll give you a bun today, just 'cawse this seems like a decidedly newtral idear.
-- yabba do yabba dabba, Aug 17 2004

Bun yesterday, bun tomorrow - But never bun today.
-- popbottle, Aug 16 2016

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