National Horny Day 2020: Is This Holiday Real?

National Horny Day

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As Americans move past the one month benchmark of social distancing amid coronavirus, users online have become accustomed to seeing the most random and strange terms trend nationwide on Twitter, but on April 16, the No. 1 trend was a holiday that most people have never heard of before: National Horny Day.

Is National Horny Day real? Has this NSFW holiday been observed in years past? And what does one do on National Horny Day? Was it invented while tens of millions of Americans are in self-quarantine to stop the spread of COVID-19? As many single users online noted on Twitter, during coronavirus, National Horny Day could be celebrated every day.

Looking up National Horny Day in the Urban Dictionary, the go-to online source for new vernacular and modern slang, it appears the holiday was established last year on April 16, 2019. As for how the holiday is celebrated, Urban Dictionary says it’s the one day of the year on which anyone can ask anyone for any sexual content, nudes, and/or actions.

National Horny Day

National Horny Day lands on April 16.

The origin of the holiday remains quite a mystery, and why April 16 was chosen. This is not a government-sanctioned holiday, and it goes without saying that not one person should feel obligated to anything they don’t want to do on what sounds like a Porn Hub-sponsored holiday.


The Reaction Online To National Horny Day Made For Some Hilarious Tweets

While the stay-at-home orders amid coronavirus have people searching for any fun at-home activities, users online had blast enjoying this ridiculous holiday. Many jokes were in reference to COVID-19 and how basically every day is now National Horny Day.

Without being able to meet new people while out with friends or invite an online date to meet up in person, there are a lot of Americans feeling stuck and lonely right now, which made for some hilarious self-deprecating tweets.


There Was A Similar Reaction Online To National Steak & BJ Day On March 14


THE STEAK AND A BJ DAY SONG (Animated Music Video)On March 14, a special holiday comes along that deserves a song. Check out AnimeToons here! ► youtube.com/user/AnimeToonsOficial More Music Videos! ► bit.ly/1QHl1tg Download the song here! ► apple.co/1QTgpl8 SUBSCRIBE! ► bit.ly/Sub2TWZ The Steak and a BJ Day Song Music by Paul Paramo – soundcloud.com/paulparamo Vocal Production by TJ Smith – youtube.com/tj Written by Ryan…2016-03-10T18:30:04.000Z

National Steak & Blow Job Day made a strong resurgence amid coronavirus, which left many users online wondering if this was a legit holiday or if it was a newly made-up joke. However, according to the official website — because yes, they do have an official website — this holiday is man’s response to Valentine’s Day, taking place exactly one month after the popular holiday celebrating love in February.

“The overarching theory is one of ‘Man’s Valentine’s Day.’ You know the drill. Every 14th of February men get the chance to display their fondness for a significant other by showering them with gifts, flowers, dinner, and many other romantic baubles. They rack their brains for that one special gift that will show their spouse that they truly care.”

“Well here’s a little secret: men feel a tad left out. They’re just too proud or too embarrassed to admit it. March 14th henceforth became ‘Steak and Blowjob Day.’ Simple, effective and self-explanatory. No cards, no flowers, no special nights on the town; the name explains it all: just a steak and a BJ. That’s it.”

It goes without saying that in no relationship should a person be ever be forced to perform sexual acts. This absolutely preposterous and misogynistic holiday is completely in jest.

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