- January 10 -

Peculiar People Day

“ Peculiar People ” can be described as abnormal, odd, strange, unusual, extraordinary and different. All these characteristics of people can either be positive or negative. This day is also celebrated to look for something good in a peculiar person. This day can be...

Peculiar People Day

Peculiar People” can be described as abnormal, odd, strange, unusual, extraordinary and different. All these characteristics of people can either be positive or negative. This day is also celebrated to look for something good in a peculiar person.
This day can be celebrated by anyone who thinks he/she is a peculiar person. You should appreciate and honor this day as it is special for you. If you don’t find anything peculiar about yourself, then think once again. Observe yourself and you would for sure find something odd or unique. There are chances that you may find everything okay about yourself then all you need to do is appreciate your peculiar friends or people you know.

There are a few interesting ways to celebrate this day, especially for kids. On Peculiar People Day which is celebrated on January 10th, you can look for something different in yourself. Try to find unique or odd things which you would have never noticed before.
To make this day more fun, you can conduct a game with friends. In this game each friend would tell something peculiar about the other. This game should be taken in a positive way as you would not want to hurt the other person. You can also tell something peculiar about yourself which will make the game more interactive.
This day can also celebrated by meeting different types of people. You can organize a party at home and also tell your guests to dress in the most peculiar way they can. This would add lots of fun. You can also make different cards that describe peculiar people in your life. After the cards are ready, you can give each of your friends this card.
If you see this from a creative side, you might even end up writing a poem about the peculiar side of you or about your friend. Many people write poems that can describe themselves or a person they known. Therefore, the Peculiar Person Day is celebrated to honor all the peculiar people you know. It is not only a time to know other people but to also know the peculiar side of you.

Source:
http://www.altiusdirectory.com/Society/peculiar-people-day.php

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