Hug a Ginger Day a much nicer event for redheads
What is it and why do we celebrate Thus began the first Redheadday. The event was founded in by Derek Forgie on Facebook as a way of offsetting the more sinister Kick A Ginger Day that was started by the The world record for the number of redheads in one place was also broken in this year with a total of redheads standing together for 10 minutes. The second event was organised in , in and around the main church of Breda. However, Mrs Driessen did admit the day could bring some positive effects. Last year, some redheaded kids were targeted for abuse after an online campaign described Nov.
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Go kick those faggots. The campaign was started by a year-old in Courtney, who was investigated by police but never charged. I had to suffer through 'Hug a Jew' day a while ago. That was a clown named Herbert Spencer who used it to justify the domination of Europeans and other races by the 'naturally superior' English, since they had conquered most of the world Reasoning a posteriori as we call it. Instead, she is trying to write it out, via this blog. Once again on Sunday 1 September the record of "redheads in one place" was broken. But today your teenager's peer group includes the "friends" on her Facebook list, and all but a few of them are strangers to you.
While the Facebook group — which reportedly peaked at nearly 5, members — has since been shut down, some feared the idea of devoting a day to targeting redheads would re-emerge this year. All you humans are like that, so I have discovered in my many decades on this planet. Still, anyone who has witnessed good-natured, even-tempered sixth-graders morph into secretive, surly, volcanic teenagers knows it can't be entirely their fault. Share on LinkedIn linkedin. A quick search suggests the sites calling for people to speak out against Kick a Ginger Day far outnumber those which promote bullying. You are all missing the point. If the kid didn't like getting picked on maybe he should have stood up for himself.