Wiggle Your Toes Day
Wiggle Your Toes Day is held on August 6. This event in the first decade of the month August is annual. Help us
Why is it good to wiggle your toes? Perhaps most importantly, moving your toes and feet strengthen them and can decrease injury risk, according to the Harvard Medical School.
Celebrating the Wiggle Your Toes Day is quite easy and very simple to remember. It is important to flex your toes several times a day. On this day, let your toes feel the grass, the sand on the beach, and the water in the pool or the rocks along the shore.
And if you can wiggle your little toe separately from your fourth toe, you are an impulsive, adventurous, charming flirt. If you can’t, you value routine, predictability and loyalty. Go for a man who can wiggle his little toe if you want a mad, fun, frenetic wild night out — but as for marriage, pick a chap who can’t wiggle to save his life.
Similar holidays and events, festivals and interesting facts
National Clown Day in USA on August 5 (Saturday of Clown Week);
Clown Day in Netherlands on August 5 (In Netherlands, they call it Internationale clown dag);
Clown Day in Italy on August 5 (In Italy, they call it Internazionale pagliaccio giorni);
Clown Day in Norway on August 5 (In Norway, they call it Internasjonal klovn dag);
Sisters Day on August 6 (Celebrated on the first Sunday of August);
Lighthouse Day on August 7 (day of workers of means of navigation equipment of the coast of large reservoirs in the form of a capital structure)