Kiss and Make Up Day
When : August 25th
Kiss and Make Up Day is a great way to end a spat. Everyone has an argument, a fight, or a tiff once in a while. Family, friends, lovers, no one escapes without an occasional fight. Today is a day to end the fight, kiss, and make up. Oh, what fun this day can be!
Today is a day to end the fight, be it a short spat, or a long standing feud. C'mon, get over the issues, and resolve your differences. Then, kiss and make up. After all, making up can be oh, so sweet. For lovers, it is the best part of the fight. Some might suggest that the kissing and the making up part makes fighting worthwhile.
BTW: Kiss and Make up Day might be a good day to send flowers. Send flowers now.
Origin of Kiss and Make Up Day :
Our research did not find the creator, or the origin of this day. But, we think this can be one of the best, most fun days of the year!
This Day in History August 25th
Ivan the Terrible, the first Tsar of Russia was born. (1530)
Galileo Galilei demonstrates his first telescope to Venetian lawmakers. (1609)
James Cook begins his first voyage. (1768)
Uruguay declares its independence from Brazil. (1825)
The New York Sun perpetrates the Great Moon Hoax. (1835)
Kitasato Shibasaburō discovers the infectious agent of the bubonic plague and publishes his findings in The Lancet. (1894)
World War I: The library of the Catholic University of Leuven is deliberately destroyed by the German Army. Hundreds of thousands of irreplaceable volumes and Gothic and Renaissance manuscripts are lost. (1914)
The United States National Park Service is created. (1916)
Amelia Earhart completes her trans-continental flight. (1932)
The United Kingdom and Poland form a military alliance in which the UK promises to defend Poland in case of invasion by a foreign power. (1939)
World War II: second day of the Battle of the Eastern Solomons. A Japanese naval transport convoy headed towards Guadalcanal is turned-back by an Allied air attack, losing one destroyer and one transport sunk, and one light cruiser heavily damaged. (1942)
World War II: Paris is liberated by the Allies. (1944)
Ten days after World War II ends with Japan announcing its surrender, armed supporters of the Chinese Communist Party kill U.S. intelligence officer John Birch, regarded by some of the American right as the first victim of the Cold War. (1945)
The House Un-American Activities Committee holds first-ever televised congressional hearing: "Confrontation Day" between Whittaker Chambers and Alger Hiss. (1948)
President Harry Truman orders the U.S. Army to seize control of the nation's railroads to avert a strike. (1950)
Voyager 2 spacecraft makes its closest approach to Saturn (1981)
Voyager 2 spacecraft makes its closest approach to Neptune, the second to last planet in the Solar System at the time. (1989)
The Airbus A340 aircraft makes its first flight. (1991)
Linus Torvalds announces the first version of what will become Linux. (1991)
Egon Krenz, the former East German leader, is convicted of a shoot-to-kill policy at the Berlin Wall. (1997)