What you want to know about International Ask a Question Day
Sometimes, people are afraid to ask questions. It makes them feel stupid. Makes them feel out of the know. There’s a day of the year, however, when they don’t have to be bashful about inquiries. Here are some holiday fun facts (accompanied by cute little questions) about International Ask A Question Day they’ll make them feel better.
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Quick Questions for International Ask A Question Day
1. What is it?
International Ask A Question Day is as its name implies. One day of the year that you get to ask anything you want. Now, whether people will answer you is a different story.
2. Who started it? and When is it?
Nobody knows who started it, really. But, seeing that it falls on a day know for both Albert Einstein’s birthday AND Pi Day (March 14, in case you didn’t get the reference – 3.14), some guy probably thought it best to associate it with being inquisitive altogether.
3. Where is it celebrated?
Worldwide. Everyone’s got an itch to scratch. There’s a burning question in everyone that has got to be asked.
Why not? Are questions limited to the intellectual? Do simpletons and Curious Georges not have the right to ask questions? Do you see what we did there?
5. How do you celebrate?
Just ask a question. Take that curved punctuation mark and place it at the end of any sentence. Or any phrase. Even at the end of any word. Right?
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Ask and you shall receive. Receive what exactly? That depends on the question. Events and holidays like International Ask A Question Day aren’t always clear-cut, but one thing’s for sure: Ask a question, get an answer. Sometimes, getting no answer is the answer.