Happy Friday! Do you know someone who says “someone else did it”?
Today is Someone Else Did It Day!
Taking place on the first Friday the 13th of the year, Blame Someone Else Day is a day when anything that goes wrong can be blamed on someone else. It is believed the day started after the alarm clock of Anne Moeller of Clio, Michigan, failed to go off on the morning of the first Friday the 13th of 1982, which was August 13. This caused her to be late for the things she needed to do during the day, she decided someone else needed to be blamed for her tardiness, and she chose to spread the blame around to various people.
Celebrate the day by blaming someone else for everything that goes wrong. Smile!
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