These Are The Strangest Holidays That People Actually Celebrate And Now I Want To Party

There’s nothing wrong with wanting to celebrate random things. I mean, any reason to party is a good reason, and we can’t just limit those celebrations to well-known holidays.

Yes, Christmas is jolly and Easter is a great time to get your chocolate fix — but, what about the other days of the year? There has to be some weird things to celebrate. This article compiles some of the oddest, head-scratching events that people actually congregate for.

Magpie Festival


The Magpie Festival is celebrated by the Chinese on the 7th day of the 7th lunar month of the Chinese calendar. It’s sometimes called Chinese Valentine’s Day.

Young girls pray for a good husband and demonstrate their domestic skills through embroidery and melon carving. That sounds better than our Valentine’s Day.