Sunday, March 27, 2011

National "Joe" Day, Quirky Country Music Song Titles Day, more

March 27th, 2011, is National "Joe" Day, Quirky Country Music Song Titles Day, and National Spanish Paella Day.

On National "Joe" Day, ask people to call you "Joe" if you're not fond of your given name. That's my husband's name, so I love it.

Today is Quirky Country Music Song Titles Day. Post your faves in the Comments section below!

Está exquisito - National Spanish Paella Day.

The Holiday Whiz advice mashup: Host a paella party. After the feast try some country karaoke with your friends - Betty Joe, Sammy Joe, Kayla Joe, and so on....

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1 comment:

  1. Dixie Chicks – "Goodbye Earl"
    Those black-eyed peas,
    They tasted all right to me, Earl
    You feelin’ weak?
    Why don’t you lay down and sleep
    Earl, ain’t it dark
    Wrapped up in that tarp, Earl?


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