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Wiggle Your Toes Day

Monday, August 06, 2012

Wiggle Your Toes Day

When : August 6th

Wiggle Your Toes Day encourages you to give your little piggy toes some exercise.

Those ten extremities at the ends of your feet, are crying out for a little freedom. Cramped up inside a pair of shoes or sneakers all day long, your stinky toes just don't get the chance to move about freely, as they would like to do.

Celebrate Wiggle Your Toes Day by airing out your toes, and wiggling them around for all to see. The best place to wiggle your toes on a hot August day, is in the pool. Or, sit on a dock and stick your wiggly little toes in the water.

Did you Know? Not all toes are alike. Like people, toes come in all shapes and sizes. There is a small percentage of the population who have two or more toes partially joined together....web like toes!

The Origin of Wiggle Your Toes Day:
Our research did not find the creator, or the origin of this day.

There is not total agreement on the proper day to celebrate this very special day. The vast majority of websties record this event on August 6th. There are, however, some who suggest August 7th or the first Sunday in August. Without hearing from the creator of this day, we are going with the vast majority.
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    I wish I could wear sandals more often during the day.
    2050 days ago
    Why do I wiggle my toes? To alleviate arthritis discomfort, to increase circulation and thereby warm my feet (especially in bed at night), to keep stubbed toes from stiffening up, to try not to lose my once-prodigious skill at picking things up with my toes : )

    It was fun thinking about the ramifications of this blogpost, Alan. Thanks for the light-hearted start to my day.
    2051 days ago
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