When is Day?
National Kitchen Klutzes of America day is always of June 13.
What is this Holiday for?
Are you the person who spills the milk? Are you the person who knocks the dish off the counter and breaks it? Well my accident-prone friends today is your day. On Kitchen Klutzes of America Day it's ok to be klutzey. Yep that's right! If you broke a dish today then be creative and crafty. Pick up the pieces and glue them on something and have some fun. Maybe you could make yourself a mozaick picture, frame or flower pot. Either way just know that spills and breaks don't matter at all today. We are all good at cleaning up the messes in life right? Just enjoy yourself and.... if you see someone be clutzy in the kitchen today... don't be mean by making them feel bad. Accidents happen all the time so live today on the lighter side of life.
What is a Klutz?
A klutz is a person who is clumsy, foolish, inept, or accident-prone. The term is perhaps derived from the Yiddish klots ('wooden beam'), cognate with the German Klotz, meaning a "block" or "lump". The British slang, pillock and the Australian slang, galah are used with similar meaning, particularly in terms of being foolish and inept.
The term klutz has largely permeated into the English language, even amongst speakers of English with no Yiddish or indeed Jewish heritage.
Now since we are talking about a kitchen klutz, this is a accident-prone person in the kitchen.
Origin of this Holiday?
We don't know. Our research did not find the information of who created this holiday or why June 13th was picked.
How can I Celebrate National Candy Month?
- Read and Learn! - If you enjoy learning about coins then you may want to take a look at these available through the Internet.
- Blog with us about it! - We have a blog called "Everyday is a Holiday" so visit our pages and tell us about your favorite cleaning day or your favorite cleaner recipe.
- Send Free E-Greeting! - If your ready to get together with your friends don't forget to invite them with these fun Internet Invitations.