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Think You Could Be A Little Less Grumpy…At Least For 24 Hours?

Today is the Great American Grump-Out, a fun little tongue-in-cheek “holiday”, trying to inspire us to be just a little less grumpy, if just today. If you need a little inspiration, or guidance, check out this website. By the way, I want the picture of the green bird-monster on their website to be my new “on-air” picture. I feel like that sometimes. Smilemanio says:

The Grump Out asks all you sour pusses to suck it up and refrain from getting your grump on — at least for 24 hours.

That includes no grumping, no frowning, no grousing, complaining, punching, slapping, hitting or killing. FOR ONE WHOLE DAY.

If you missed the 10th annual Grump Out on May 4, 2011 the good news is that you can continue to grump or do your grouchy thing. BUT, on May 2, 2012 you’ll be asked once again to knock it off with your grouchy thing and put a lid on it — just for 24 hours. (It’s not for a lifetime, just a mere 24 hours. If you get your 8 hours of sleep, that means you only have to go for 16 hours.) After that you can go back to your old self again.


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