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Chocolate MilkShake Day

Thursday, September 12, 2013

Chocolate MilkShake Day

When : Always September 12th



Chocolate Milkshake Day is an opportunity for chocoholoics to savor. The weather may have cooled off. But, our appetite for chocolate, specifically chocolate milkshakes, hasn't cooled off one iota.

What a great day this will be! Simply combine a little milk with some chocolate ice cream, add some extra chocolate syrup, and mix it well in a blender. That's the fixins for mixin up a big, tall glass of chocolate milkshake.

On a diet? Not today. A lot of people celebrate Chocolate Milkshake Day with not one, but two or more chocolate milkshakes.

Bottoms up!





Origin of Chocolate MilkShake Day:
We found no factual information about this special day. But, we found many, many chocoholics.

This Day in History September 12th

Henry Hudson begins his exploration of the Hudson River while aboard the Halve Maen. (1609)

Battle of North Point: an American detachment halts the British land advance to Baltimore in the War of 1812. (1814)

Elizabeth Barrett elopes with Robert Browning. (1846)

Mexican–American War: the Battle of Chapultepec begins. (1847)

Switzerland becomes a Federal state. (1848)

The SS Central America sinks about 160 miles east of Cape Hatteras, North Carolina, drowning a total of 426 passengers and crew, including Captain William Lewis Herndon. The ship was carrying 13–15 tons of gold from the San Francisco Gold Rush. (1857)

The District of Maple Ridge, British Columbia, Canada is founded. (1874)

Adolf Hitler joins the German Workers Party. (1919)

Leó Szilárd, waiting for a red light on Southampton Row in Bloomsbury, conceives the idea of the nuclear chain reaction. (1933)

Adolf Hitler demands autonomy and self-determination for the Germans of the Sudetenland region of Czechoslovakia. (1938)

An explosion at the Hercules Powder Company plant in Kenvil, New Jersey kills 51 people and injures over 200. (1940)

World War II: RMS Laconia, carrying civilians, Allied soldiers and Italian POWs is torpedoed off the coast of West Africa and sinks with a heavy loss of life. (1942)

World War II: First day of the Battle of Edson's Ridge during the Guadalcanal campaign. U.S. Marines protecting Henderson Field on Guadalcanal are attacked by Imperial Japanese Army forces. (1942)

World War II: The liberation of Serbia from Nazi Germany continues. Bajina Bašta in western Serbia is among those liberated cities. Near Trier, American troops enter Germany for the first time. (1944)

Strange occurrences, including a monster sighting, take place in Flatwoods, West Virginia. (1952)

U.S. Representative John Fitzgerald Kennedy marries Jacqueline Lee Bouvier at St. Mary's Church in Newport, Rhode Island. (1953)

Jack Kilby demonstrates the first integrated circuit. (1958)

Premiere of Bonanza, the first regularly scheduled TV program presented in color. (1959)

The Soviet Union launches a large rocket, Lunik II, at the moon. (1959)

Canyonlands National Park is designated as a National Park. (1964)

Gemini 11, the penultimate mission of NASA's Gemini program, and the current human altitude record holder (except for the Apollo lunar missions) (1966)

South African anti-apartheid activist Steve Biko is killed in police custody. (1977)

A Wells Fargo depot in West Hartford, Connecticut, United States, is robbed of approximately US$7 million by Los Macheteros. (1983)

Dwight Gooden sets the baseball record for strikeouts in a season by a rookie with 246, previously set by Herb Score in 1954. Gooden's 276 strikeouts that season, pitched in 218 innings, set the current record. (1984)

Hurricane Gilbert devastates Jamaica; it turns towards Mexico's Yucatán Peninsula 2 days later, causing an estimated $5 billion in damage. (1988)

NASA launches Space Shuttle Endeavour on STS-47 which marked the 50th shuttle mission. On board are Mae Carol Jemison, the first African-American woman in space, Mamoru Mohri, the first Japanese citizen to fly in a US spaceship, and Mark Lee and Jan Davis, the first married couple in space. (1992)

Frank Eugene Corder crashes a single-engine Cessna 150 into the White House's south lawn, striking the West wing and killing himself. (1994)

The United Nations lifts sanctions against Libya after that country agreed to accept responsibility and recompense the families of victims in the 1988 bombing of Pan Am Flight 103. (2003)

In Fallujah, US forces mistakenly shoot and kill eight Iraqi police officers. (2003)

The 9/11 Memorial Museum opens to the public. (2011)
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PMAY0313 9/12/2013 12:45PM

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HANSBRINK 9/12/2013 12:22PM

  Yum! Another food day, and this one I like. Can't enjoy them as often as I used to.

thanks for the history tidbits.

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PLMITCH 9/12/2013 11:20AM

    If I ever having a shake, it is always a chocolate! I may have to have one today!

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KATTREE 9/12/2013 11:08AM

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BELLYDOG 9/12/2013 8:33AM

    Now you tell me, and I have no calories left to indulge! THANKS.

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