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Poll: Have a Happy (Pretend) Holiday!

Which of these fictional holidays that only exist on TV or in movies would you most like to celebrate?

Discuss the list here

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    Arthur (1996)

    Baxter Day - Buster makes up this holiday because his mom was too stressed out about Christmas; it mostly consists of the two of them just hanging out and doing whatever they like
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    The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien (2009)

    Black Drinking Day - An African-American day, (October 7) dedicated to drinking alcoholic beverages
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    The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien (2009)

    Black Jewish Drinking Day - a Jewish day (October 12) given to African-Americans, dedicated to drinking alcoholic beverages
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    The Smurfs (2011)

    Blue Moon Festival - a yearly event that happens in the village on the night of a blue moon which the Smurfs celebrate with a song and dance
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    Sabrina, the Teenage Witch (1996)

    Bobunk - falling on the third Saturday in November, it is a celebration of cats, food, liquor, food with liquor in it and food shaped like cats
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    The O.C. (2003)

    Chrismukkah - a combination of Christmas and Hannukah, incorporating the best parts of each
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    Battlestar Galactica (2004)

    Colonial Day - commemorates the signing of the Articles of Colonization which incorporated the Twelve Colonies of Man during the First Cylon War
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    The Golden Girls (1985)

    The Day of the Wheat - one of many holidays from St. Olaf which include Everybody Hide the Corn Day, Hay Day and the Day of the Princess Pig; on the Day of the Wheat everyone comes to town dressed as sandwiches
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    Homestar Runner (2000)

    Decemberween - fictionalized Christmas-Halloween hybrid, celebrated on December 25
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    Dilbert (1999)

    Dogbert Day - created by Dogbert as a holiday designed to replace all holidays and be incredibly bothersome while doing so, it includes elements from all normal holidays, including big dinners, a parade and "visits from unpleasant relatives," and some that derive from Druid holidays, such as virgin sacrifice
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    The Hobbit (1977)

    Durin's Day - on this Dwarven equivalent of New Years Day, the secret entrance to the Mountain above Dale and Esgaroth becomes visible
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    ALF (1986)

    Fappiano - a combo Thanksgiving/Christmas celebrated on Melmac which includes eating (mostly cats) from the moment they got until they opened their presents
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    Eureka (2006)

    Feynman Day - named for theoretical physicist Richard Feynman, it is the genius equivalent of April Fool Day
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    Star Trek (1966)

    Federation Day - second Monday in October (Earth Calendar) commemorating the founding of the United Federation of Planets on October 9, 2161
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    Star Trek (1966)

    Festival - in which the planet Beta 3 goes totally berserk (destroying, raping, etc.) for one hour (the "Red Hour") and then returns to their normal placid demeanor
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    Seinfeld (1989)

    Festivus - celebrated on December 23, it provides an alternative to the pressures and commercialism of Christmas; the holiday's celebration includes a Festivus dinner, an unadorned aluminum Festivus pole, practices such as the "Airing of Grievances" and "Feats of Strength," and the labeling of easily explainable events as "Festivus miracles"
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    Star Trek: Voyager (1995)

    First Contact Day - commemorating the first contact between humans and Vulcans on April 5, 2063
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    Futurama (1999)

    Freedom Day - Counterpart of American Independence Day celebrated in 3000s Earth, with the saying "If you wanna do something, you do it, and to spleckh with the consequences"
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    The Legend of Dick and Dom (2009)

    Garlic Tuesday - a day to celebrate all that is smelly
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    Teen Titans (2003)

    Gorp Gorp - created by Starfire, it is the Tameranian holiday of berating drapery
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    The Big O (1999)

    Heaven's Day - essentially Christmas with a different name; Alex Rosewater even states that it's the day God's son was born
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    Mike, Lu & Og (1999)

    Lady Hewitt Smythe Day - a holiday that is celebrated with an annual game played similar to croquet and polo whilst riding on elephants
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    30 Rock (2006)

    Leap Day - a full-blown, commercialized Christmas-esque celebration with established traditions and holiday characters
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    30 Rock (2006)

    Merlinpeen - a festival of mouth pleasure from Secret Santa along with fictional religion "Verdukianism" created by Frank, Toofer, and Lutz to have Kenneth give them things they claim to need such as a meat-lover's pizza and having their teeth flossed by a blonde virgin. Their famous holiday song is, "Oh, Meatbowl of Verduke, you bring me such pizza. Meatbowl." When Tracy Jordan (Tracy Morgan) tells Kenneth that they made up their religion, he goes into shock at the idea that all religions are made up by man
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    Dinosaurs (1991)

    Refrigerator Day - similar to Christmas, it celebrates the creation of the greatest boon to modern dinosaurs, the refrigerator, which includes gift-giving, pageants, festive decorations, a holiday bonus and jolly carols used to promote commercial goods
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    Futurama (1999)

    Robanukah - robot holiday made up by Bender as an excuse for not working; the characters later decide to actually celebrate it by "doing the robot dance," with Jewish-style music playing in the background
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    Malcolm in the Middle (2000)

    Saint Grotus's Day - celebrated in whatever country Ida emigrated from, the festivities include making a giant and terrible tasting tart with layers corresponding to the groups of people that Grotus slaughtered as well as a particularly dangerous version of Tinikling that involves sharp blades
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    The Simpsons (1989)

    Scotchtoberfest - created by Principal Skinner as part of a sting to catch Bart in the act of breaking the rules; Groundskeeper Willie was upset to find out it wasn't a real holiday
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    Gravity Falls (2012)

    Summerween - a holiday similar to Halloween but taking place during the summer, celebrated on June 22nd
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    Firefly (2002)

    Unification Day - a celebration (on September 20th) of the Alliance's victory over the Browncoats in the Unification War
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    Robot Chicken (2001)

    Weasel Stomping Day - explained in a song by 'Weird Al' Yankovic, it is celebration that occurs when everyone spreads mayonnaise on the lawn, puts on Viking helmets and boots, and then proceeds to kill weasels by stepping on them
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    The Simpsons (1989)

    Whacking Day - the day occurring on May 10 where everybody in Springfield beats snakes to death with clubs

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