National Opposite Day
This quirky holiday is celebrated on 25th January. Its origins lie with a childhood game where children declare that it's Opposite Day and have to say the exact opposite of what they mean. Some kids who take the game very seriously also do the opposite of what they're told to do from household chores to homework.
It can be a fun game until it escalates and the mischievous child becomes infuriating to friends and parents. Hence, it's probably best to set some boundaries about how far everyone's prepared to go before starting to play a game of opposites.
Fun Ideas for National Opposite Day
Plan some fun activities to improve daily family life for National Opposite Day. Even though it's a day for children, the whole family can get involved. Try to do things differently on that day without going into extremes. Learn about opposites in nature like differences between North and South Pole.
Why not ask silly questions to make your friends really think about it and answer with an opposite? Be careful not to go too far and fall into the trap of playing tricks on people. You might not like the outcome.
Play with Fun Designs for National Opposite Day
Use Design Wizard to experiment with designs for posters, cards, or social media posts. Here's how to create fun National Opposite Day graphics:
Step 1: Scroll through our library of National Opposite Day templates available in all kinds of sizes and formats. Don't worry if you change your mind later. You can resize your design at any time.
Step 2: Add icons like balloons and sparkles to customize your design and make it particularly fun for the kids. Experiment with colors, background, and font.
Step 3: Save and download your finished design and get ready for your opposite party!
Celebrating National Opposite Day as an Adult
Although Opposite Day is a playground game, it can follow you into your adult life. If you've got co-workers or friends with a good sense of humor, you might be able to get away with a different kind of game. Throw some compliments at their feet and then declare that it's opposite day leaving them confused and laughing whether you just meant all that you said.