Monday, March 14, 2011

Learn About Butterflies Day, Potato Chip Day, Pi Day, more

March 14, 2011, is Learn About Butterflies Day, National Potato Chip Day, Pi Day, International Ask a Question Day,and National Napping Day.

Learn About Butterflies Day is a time to look forward to spring. It's almost here!

Crunch! National Potato Chip Day is today.

Know why today is Pi Day? 3.14. It's all about the circles.

Today is International Ask a Question Day - not to be confused with Ask a Stupid Question Day, which is September 28th. Any questions?

The Monday after Daylight Savings Time is National Napping Day. Indulge yourself - the politicians have given you an excuse!

The Holiday Whiz advice mashup: Enjoy some potato chips, guilt free! Measure the diameter of your potato chip bowl, then calculate the circumference using Pi. Try to find and/or catch a butterfly. Think of a question about butterflies, then find the answer online. Now enjoy a nap, guilt free!

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