365 Reasons to Party Every Day

Reasons to celebrate, throw a party every day of the year.
Wild sexy party

January 1 – New Year’s Day (as if you needed an excuse to wild party.)
January 2 – Maui International Surf Championships begin.
January 3 – Super Soakers appear on the market, 1991.
January 4 – The blender is invented, 1910.
January 5 – Tony Ferko sets a world record by juggling 7 ping pong balls with his mouth, 1987.
January 6 – The dorm room refrigerator is invented, 1956.
January 7 – The first ant farm is sold in America, 1958.
January 8 – Elvis Presley’s birthday.
January 9 – Richard Nixon’s birthday, 1913.
January 10 – In 1984, Wendy’s spokesperson Clara Peller first asks, “Where’s the beef?”
January 11 – Annual Snow Shovel Riding Contest, Ambridge, PA.
January 12 – The first Super Bowl occurs, 1967.
January 13 – Benedict Arnold’s birthday,
January 14 – The Simpsons premiers, 1990.
January 15 – Chuck Berry’s birthday, 1926.
January 16 – National Nothing Day, a day where you can celebrate not having to celebrate anything.
January 17 – The final episode of Bonanza airs, 1973.
January 18 – The original Morris The Cat dies, 1975.
January 19 – The front-hook bra is invented, 1951.
January 20 – George Burns’ birthday, 1896.
January 21 – The microwave oven is invented, 1967.
January 22 – The first nude beach opens in the U,S.,1952.
January 23 – Tupperware is invented, 1942.
January 24 – John Belushi’s birthday, 1949.
January 25 – Grand Rapids, MI becomes the first city to add fluoride to its water supply, 1945.
January 26 – Eddie Van Halen’s birthday, 1957.
January 27 – Laverne and Shirley premiers, 1976.
January 28 – We Are The World raises hundreds of millions of dollars for starving Africans, 1985.
January 29 – Sweden becomes the first nation to curb the use of aerosol cans, 1978.
January 30 – The first fist fight in the U.S. House of Representatives occurs, 1798.
January 31 – The twist-off bottle top is invented, 1956.

February 1 – Fred Flintstone‘s birthday, 2 million B.C.
February 2 – Ground Hog Day.
February 3 – Thomas Crapper invents the first flush toilet,1837.
February 4 – Dan Quayle’s birthday, 1947.
February 5 – New York becomes the first city to adopt 3-color traffic lights, 1952,
February 6 – Ronald Reagan’s birthday, 1911.
February 7 – National Hangover Awareness Day.
February 8 – James Dean’s birthday, 1931.
February 9 – The G.I. Joe doll is introduced, 1964,( Ken doll was invented, 1974) ” F- G.I.Joe ”
February 10 – The styrofoam cooler is invented, 1957.
February 11 – The “La-Z-Boy” chair is invented, 1948.
February 12 – Abraham Lincoln’s birthday,1809.
February 13 – VJ Martha Quinn of MTV appears on the TV show The Bradys as Bobby Brady’s fiancee,1990.
February 14 – Valentine’s Day. (Go find someone to party with.)
February 15 – Valentine’s candy goes on sale.
February 16 – Zsa Zsa Gabor’s birthday (or National “Slap A Cop” day.)
February 17 – Michael Jordan’s birthday, 1963.
February 18 – Vanna White’s birthday,1957.
February 19 – The very first prize is inserted into a Cracker Jack box, 1913.
February 20 – Northern Hemisphere Hoodie-Hoo Day, when citizens are asked to go outside at noon local time and yell “Hoodie-Hoo” to chase winter away.
February 21 – Alka Seltzer is introduced, 1931.
February 22 – Julius Irving’s birthday, 1950,
February 23 – The Tootsie Roll is introduced,1896.
February 24 – Wayne’s World opens in American theatres,1992.
February 25 – Milli Vanilli wins a Grammy for “Best New Artist.” (Oops.)1990.
February 26 – The first cartoon is shown in a movie theatre,1909.
February 27 – Elizabeth Taylor’s birthday,1932.
February 28 – The last episode of M*A*S*H airs, with over 121 million viewers,1983.
February 29 – Leap Day.

March 1 – Roger Daltrey’s birthday, 1944.
March 2 – In 1962, Wilt Chamberlain scores 100 points in one basketball game.
March 3 – Harvard freshman, Lothrop Withington, Jr,, becomes the country’s first goldfish swallower, 1959.
March 4 – Toothbrush bristles are changed from badger hair to nylon, 1938.
March 5 – The first breeding of a Great Dane and a Dachshund is performed, creating a “Great Dachshund”, 1972.
March 6 – Ed McMahon’s birthday, 1923.(I don’t know how that is!)
March 7 – The Fourth Of July, Warsaw, Poland.(I wonder what part of “Fourth Of July” they didn’t understand?)
March 8 – National Girl Scout Week begins.
March 9 – The Department of Agriculture declares ketchup a vegetable, 1981.
March 10 – The first confirmed octuplets are bornin Mexico, 1967.
March 11 – Lawrence Welk’s birthday, 1903.
March 12 – The “Hell’s Angels” are created, 1948,
March 13 – U2’s Adam Clayton’s birthday, 1960.
March 14 – The baseball cap is invented, 1860.
March 15 – The first baseball cap is worn backwards, 1860.
March 16 – Jerry Lewis’ birthday, 1925.
March 17 – St. Patrick’s Day.
March 18 – Leona Helmsley is sentenced to 4 years in prison for tax evasion, 1992.
March 19 – Chewing gum is invented,1871.
March 20 – The first official sighting of Elvis occurs, Butte, Montana, 1980.
March 21 – The first day of spring.
March 22 – New Kids On The Block and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles doll – sales exceed $1,8 billion, 1990.(Do you beleave that these caught on!)
March 23 – The Dixie Cup is invented, 1912.
March 24 – The first pine tree air freshener is introduced, 1971.
March 25 – Elton John’s birthday, 1947.
March 26 – Martin Short’s birthday, 1950.
March 27 – Liz Taylor’s wedding anniversary.
March 28 – Liz Taylor’s wedding anniversary.
March 29 – Liz Taylor’s wedding anniversary.
March 30 – Eric Clapton’s birthday, 1945,
March 31 – An easy listening radio station in Annandale, VA, is blown up, 1978.

April 1 – April Fool’s Day.
April 2 – Velcro is introduced, 1978.
April 3 – Eddie Murphy’s birthday, 1961.
April 4 – Tater Day (a day that celebrates the potato), Benton, Kentucky.
April 5 – The first issue of TV Guide goes on the market,1953.
April 6 – Bob Marley’s birthday, 1945.
April 7 – The final episode of Star Trek airs, 1969,
April 8 – Hank Aaron hits his 715th home run, breaking Babe Ruth’s record, 1974.
April 9 – Dennis Quaid’s birthday, 1954.
April 10 – World Crits Festival, St. Ceorge, South Carolina, 1992.
April 11 – The Equal Opportunity Commission regulates that sexual harassment of women is illegal in the work place, 1980.
April 12 – David Letterman’s birthday, 1947.
April 13 – World Cow Chip Throwing Championship, Beaver, Oklahoma.
April 14 – Dungeons and Dragons is invented, 1974.
April 15 – The bottle opener is invented, 1738.
April 16 – The first test-tube baby is born, 1986.
April 17 – The Ford Mustang makes its debut, 1964.
April 18 – The first “Walk/Don’t Walk” signs are installed in a city, 1955.
April 19 – Reading Is Fun week begins.
April 20 – National Lingerie week begins.
April 21 – Iggy Pop’s birthday, 1947.
April 22 – Jack Nicholson’s birthday, 1937.
April 23 – Summer begins in Ireland.
April 24 – Rattlesnake Derby (a snake racing contest), begins in Mangum, Oklahoma.
April 25 – Elvis Presley hits number one with Heartbreak Hotel, 1956.
April 26 – The largest bank robbery in the U.S.-$3.3 million-occurs in Tucson, Arizona, 1981.
April 27 – Wide World Of Sports premiers on TV, 1961.
April 28 – Jay Leno’s birthday, 1950.
April 29 – Michelle Pfeiffer’s birthday, 1962.
April 30 – National Honesty Day.

May 1 – May Day.
May 2 – Engelbert Humperdinck’s birthday, 1936.
May 3 – James Brown’s birthday, 1934.
May 4 – The final episode of Laverne and Shirley airs, 1983.
May 5 – 1,904 pound “Big Boy,” the world’s largest pig, is born, 1939.
May 6 – Babe Ruth hits his first major league home run,1915.
May 7 – Hard Rock Cafe’s World Cup of Windsurfing Championships, Maui.
May 8 – Jim Morrison’s birthday, 1943.
May 9 – The FDA approves the first public sale of contraceptive pills, 1960.
May 10 – U2’s Bono’s birthday (b.Paul Hewson), 1960.
May 11 – The chair is invented, 2181 B.C.
May 12 – George Carlin’s birthday,1937.
May 13 – The U.S. Postal Service introduces postcards,1873.
May 14 – David Byrne’s birthday,1952.
May 15 – DuPont announces “Nylon Day” where nylons replace silk stockings, 1940.
May 16 – Janet Jackson’s birthday, 1966.
May 17 – The rubberband is invented,1845.
May 18 – National Visit Your Relatives Day.
May 19 – The first department store opens,1848.
May 20 – Cher’s birthday,1946.
May 21 – Mr. T’s birthday, 1952.
May 22 – The lucky rabbit’s foot is first used, 600 B.C.
May 23 – The first Cliff Notes appear in schools,1953.
May 24 – Mary Had A Little Lamb is written,1830.
May 25 – The movie Star Wars is released,1977.
May 26 – John Wayne’s birthday,1907.
May 27 – The first black light is sold in a novelty shop, 1961.
May 28 – The first Batman comic book is introduced, 1939.
May 29 – The first people reach the top of Mt. Everest, the world’s highest mountain, 1953.
May 30 – The compact disc is introduced, 1981.
May 31 – Clint Eastwood’s birthday, 1930.

June 1 – The first Superman comic book is published, 1938.
June 2 – Jerry Mathers'(Beaver Cleaver) birthday, 1948.
June 3 – The world’s first tattoo is performed, 208 B.C.
June 4 – The world record for Hackey-Sacking is set: 48,825 consecutive times, 1988.
June 5 – The first drive-in theatre opens, 1933.
June 6 – Dana Carvey’s birthday,1955.
June 7 – (the artist formaly known as) Prince’s birthday,1958.
June 8 – The first stolen car is reported,1896.
June 9 – The NFL and the AFL merge,1966.
June 10 – The first drive-thru restaurant opens in America, 1952.
June 11 – The first teenager drives backward through a drive-thru restaurant, 1952.
June 12 – Jim Nabors’ birthday.
June 13 – The Ford Foundation launches a study to raise the cultural level of TV shows, 1951.
June 14 – Mr. Ed premiers, 1951.
June 15 – Jim Belushi’s birthday, 1954.
June 16 – The first baseball game is played,1846.
June 17 – The Broadway musical “Oh! Calcutta!” opens, using the naked human body for the first time as a stage costume, 1969.
June 18 – Sally Ride becomes the first American woman in space, 1983.
June 19 – Batman Returns opens in U.S, theatres,1992.
June 20 – Noxema is named, because it “knocks eczema” out, 1914.
June 21 – CBS introduces the first long-playing record, 1948.
June 22 – The day disco officially died, 1979.
June 23 – The day disco should have died, 1974.
June 24 – A new world record is set for spitting a watermelon seed 68 feet,9 1/8 inches, 1989.
June 25 – The tennis shoe is invented,1947.
June 26 – The first movie theatre in the U.S. opens, with 10 cent movies, 1896.
June 27 – The first sighting of flying saucers is reported in the U.S., 1947.
June 28 – The first dog show is held, Newcastle, England, 1859.
June 29 – The first remote control is sold with a TV, 1964.
June 30 – Mike Tyson’s (#316394) birthday, 1966.(also my mom’s)

July 1 – Dan Aykroyd’s birthday, 1952.
July 2 – A new record is set for throwing a Frisbee 623.6 feet, 1988.
July 3 – The last episode of Bewitched airs, 1972.
July 4 – The Fourth Of July.
July 5 – The bikini makes its debut at a fashion show in Paris, 1945.
July 6 – Elvis Presley, 19, makes his first record, 1954.
July 7 – Rodger Woodward, 7, falls out of a boat and becomes the first person to survive going over Niagara Falls, 1960.
July 8 – Annual Chesapeake Turtle Derby (turtle races), Baltimore, Maryland,1992.
July 9 – Tom Hanks’ birthday, 1956.
July 10 – Fred Gwynne’s (Herman Munster) birthday, 1926.
July 11 – Nolan Ryan is the first major league pitcher to strike out 4,000 batters, 1985.
July 12 – For the first time, a woman is ordered to pay alimony to her husband, 1981.
July 13 – Live Aid raises money for Africa’s starving people, 1985.
July 14 – Lightning strikes New York City power lines and leaves the city in the dark for 25 hours, 1977.
July 15 – Law is passed requiring health warnings on cigarette packages, 1965.
July 16 – The safety pin is invented,1849.
July 17 – Soviet and American astronauts meet in space to shake hands, 1975.
July 18 – A world record is set for catching a grape in your mouth: 319 ft,8in., 1980.
July 19 – The first personal ad looking for a spouse is printed,1695.
July 20 – Madonna poses nude in Playboy, (What else is new?) 1992.
July 21 – Robin Williams’ birthday, 1952.(also mine different year)
July 22 – The first Sony Walkman goes on sale, 1979.
July 23 – Mel Gibson decides to become an actor, 1960.
July 24 – Instant coffee is invented, 1938.
July 25 – The lowest temperature ever recorded is noted, -129 deg,in Antarctica, 1983.
July 26 – The Hula Hoop becomes popular, 1958.
July 27 – The 1ast episode of Taxi airs, 1983.
July 28 – The Hustle hits #1 on disco charts, 1975.
July 29 – Don Juan opens, with the most kisses (127) in a single movie, 1926.
July 30 – The last reported sighting of Jimmy Hoffa is recorded, 1975.
July 31 – America’s last Playboy Club closes, in Lansing, Michigan, 1988.

August 1 – The song Chopsticks is written, 1877.
August 2 – The elevator is invented,1743.
August 3 – Jay North’s (Dennis The Menace) birthday, 1952.
August 4 – Federal income tax is first collected, 1862.
August 5 – American Bandstand premiers, 1957.
August 6 – Santa Monica Skate Board Championships begin.
August 7 – Borden is sued for a Cracker Jack box containing no prize, 1982.
August 8 – The All-American Polka Festival occurs in Vernon, New Jersey, 1992.
August 9 – The first Guinness Book of World Records is released, 1955.
August 10 – Minimum wage jumps from 75 cents to a dollar an hour, 1955.
August 11 – Hulk Hogan’s birthday, 1953.
August 12 – The first issue of Sports Illustrated is published,1954.
August 13 – A world record is set for throwing a cow chip 266 feet,1981.
August 14 – Magic Johnson’s birthday, 1959.
August 15 – Woodstock festival begins, 1969.
August 16 – Madonna’s birthday (Madonna Louise Veronica Ciccone), 1959.
August 17 – Woodstock festival ends, 1969.
August 18 – People who passed out at Woodstock realize the festival ended yesterday, 1969.
August 19 – Bill Clinton’s birthday, 1946.
August 20 – Robert Plant’s birthday, 1948.
August 21 – The first house made entirely of recycled products is finished, Richmond, Virginia, 1973.
August 22 – Nolan Ryan is the first major league pitcher to strike out 5,000 batters, 1989.
August 23 – Supermodel Paulina marries Ric Ocasek. (Go figure.) 1989.
August 24 – Music videos are now on MTV, 1981.
August 25 – Elvis Costello’s birthday, 1954.
August 26 – The first roller coaster is built in America, 1929.
August 27 – The first American vomits after riding a roller coaster,1929.
August 28 – Cher gets her third tattoo. (Location unknown.) 1990.
August 29 – Michael Jackson’s birthday, 1958.
August 30 – The last episode of The Brady Bunch airs, 1974.
August 31 – The Beatles make their last concert appearance, 1966.

September 1 – National Chicken Month begins.
September 2 – The bowling shirt is invented, 1921.
September 3 – The first bowling league is formed in America, 1921.
September 4 – Dick York’s (the first Darrin Stevens) birthday, 1928.
September 5 – Hijacking planes becomes illegal, 1961.
September 6 – The last episode of The Alfred Hitchcock show airs, 1965.
September 7 – The last episode of the Beverly Hillbillies airs, 1971.
September 8 – The first Miss America Pageant takes place, 1921.
September 9 – Elvis sings on The Ed Sullivan Show, but is only shown from the waist up, 1956.
September 10 – The last episode of Mr. Ed airs, 1965.
September 11 – Mork and Mindy premiers, 1978.
September 12 – The last episode of Leave It To Beaver airs, 1963.
September 13 – M*A*S*H premiers, 1972.
September 14 – Pope John IV abolishes the 1500-year-old custom of the circular haircut for monks, 1972.
September 15 – In 1968, Presidential candidate Richard Nixon goes on Laugh-In and says, “Sockit to me!”
September 16 – The first baboon heart is transplanted into a human, 1984.
September 17 – Gilligan’s Island premiers, 1964.
September 18 – Adam West’s (television’s Batman) birthday, 1928.
September 19 – National Singles Week begins,
September 20 – The Addams Family premiers, 1964.
September 21 – Bill Murray’s birthday, 1950.
September 22 – The ice cream cone is invented, 1903.
September 23 – Ray Charles’ birthday, 1930.
September 24 – A world record is set for the longest kiss:17 days, 10 1/2 hrs., 1984.
September 25 – Heather Locklear’s birthday, 1961.
September 26 – The Brady Bunch premiers, 1969.
September 27 – The answering machine is invented, 1950.
September 28 – The Beverly Hillbillies premiers, 1962.
September 29 – The Munsters premiers, 1964.
September 30 – The Flintstones premiers, 1960.

October 1 – NASA discloses that each astronaut’s suit costs $3.4million.
October 2 – The first cartoon strip appears in a newspaper, 1896.
October 3 – A 327 gallon Pina Colada becomes the world’s largest cocktail, 1988.
October 4 – Leave It To Beaver premiers, 1957.
October 5 – Ashley-Whippet Dog Frisbee Championships, Washington, D.C.
October 6 – Reverend Jim Bakker is found guilty, 1989.
October 7 – The first perfect World Series game is pitched by Don Larsen of the NY Yankees, 1956.
October 8 – Chevy Chase’s birthday,1948.
October 9 – Clarence Birdseye, inventor of the frozen dinner, dies, 1956.
October 10 – David Lee Roth’s birthday,1955.
October 11 – Saturday Night Live premiers, 1975.
October 12 – Columbus Day.
October 13 – Sammy Hagar’s birthday, 1949.
October 14 – Chuck Yeager breaks the sound barrier for the first time, 1947.
October 15 – The first televised weather report airs, 1953.
October 16 – The first correct televised weather report airs, 1953.
October 17 – George Wendt’s (Norm from Cheers) birthday, 1948.
October 18 – The FDA declares marijuana to be as dangerous as alcohol, 1967.
October 19 – End-Of-Hurricane-Season Celebration, Virgin Islands.
October 20 – The world’s largest popsicle is assembled: 5,7501bs., 1975.
October 21 – The annual 48-hour Marx Brothers Film Festival, Tampa, FL.
October 22 – The first used-car dealership opens, London,1897.
October 23 – Johnny Carson’s birthday, 1925.
October 24 – Int’l Red Bean & Rice Festival, Jackson, Mississippi, 1992.
October 25 – The Twilight Zone premiers, 1959.
October 26 – Minimum wage is raised from 40 cents to 74 cents an hour, 1949.
October 27 – Boxer shorts are introduced, 1901.
October 28 – The first ticker tape parade is thrown; it honors The Statue of Liberty,1886.
October 29 – The first American ballpoint pen goes on sale, NYC, 1945.
October 30 – World’s Ugliest Pick-Up Truck Parade occurs in Chadron, Nebraska, 1992.
October 31 – Halloween.

November 1 – The first issue of Playboy is published in Chicago by Hugh Hefner, 1953.
November 2 – The first radio program airs, Pittsburgh,1920.
November 3 – Roseanne Barr Arnold’s birthday, 1952.
November 4 – “Laika,” becomes the first dog launched into space, 1957.
November 5 – A world record is set for 106 hours of belly dancing, 1984.
November 6 – Saxophone Day.
November 7 – Sadie Hawkins Day.
November 8 – The tube top is invented, 1975.
November 9 – The Berlin Wall is opened, and hundreds of thousands of East Germans run into West Germany, 1989.
November 10 – Sesame Street makes its TV debut, 1969.
November 11 – Demi Moore’s birthday, 1962.
November 12 – The first known Happy Hour is held, Ireland,1745.
November 13 – Press-on fingernails are introduced, 1952.
November 14 – The juke box is invented, 1883.
November 15 – The annual Three Stooges Festival, Harrisburg, PA.
November 16 – The touch-tone phone is introduced, 1963.
November 17 – Danny Devito’s birthday, 1944.
November 18 – Mickey Mouse’s birthday, 1928.
November 19 – The pop tart is invented, 1965.
November 20 – Bo Derek’s birthday, 1956.
November 21 – Emilio Onra, the first human cannonball, is launched, 1871.
November 22 – Rodney Dangerfield’s birthday, 1921.
November 23 – Vincent Paxton sets a new world record by playing his guitar for 300 continuous hours, 1986.
November 24 – The “Who Shot J.R.” episode of Dallas airs to an audience of 83 million, 1980.
November 25 – Christina Applegate’s (Kelly Bundy) birthday, 1972.
November 26 – Tina Turner’s birthday.
November 27 – The first 3-D movie, Bwana Devil, premiers, 1952. It’s Thanksgiving
November 28 – Enrico Fermi, inventor of the atom bomb, dies, 1954.
November 29 – The first Army-Navy football game is played,1890.
November 30 – Dick Clark’s birthday, 1929.

December 1 – The Pope declares that Catholics are allowed to eat meat on Fridays, except during Lent, 1966.
December 2 – Barney Clark receives the first artificial heart, 1982.
December 3 – The world’s largest bar opens,1829.
December 4 – Deely Bobbers become one of the holiday’s hottest selling items, 1982.
December 5 – Blue jeans are invented, 1880.
December 6 – In 1983, a world record is set for continuous whistling: 45 hours, 20 minutes.
December 7 – The first instant replay airs during a TV sports event, 1963.
December 8 – Kim Basinger’s birthday, 1953.
December 9 – A total lunar eclipse occurs, 1992. (Go moon somebody.)
December 10 – The Mighty Mouse show premiers, 1955.
December 11 – Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles becomes one of the top money-making movies of 1990.
December 12 – Bob Barker’s birthday, 1923.
December 13 – The clip-on tie is invented, 1928.
December 14 – The South Pole is discovered, 1911.
December 15 – Christine Jorgenson becomes the first person in history to have a sex-change operation, 1952.
December 16 – The first color TV program goes on the air,1953.
December 17 – The Wright Brothers make their first flight,1903.
December 18 – Steven Spielberg’s birthday, 1947.
December 19 – The “I’ve-fallen-and-I-can’t-get-up” commercial first airs, 1985.
December 20 – Louisiana Purchase Day, 1803.
December 21 – Phil Donahue’s birthday, 1935.
December 22 – “Colo” becomes the first gorilla born in captivity, 1956.
December 23 – Congress passes a tax simplification guide which is 1,379 pages in length, 1985.
December 24 – Christmas Eve.
December 25 – Christmas.
December 26 – National “Return-All-Of-Your-Ugly-Christmas-Gifts” day.
December 27 – The last pair of bell-bottoms is sold, Wichita, Kansas, 1981.
December 28 – Snowboarding Championships, White Bluff Mountain, Colorado.
December 29 – The bowling ball is invented, 1862.
December 30 – The leisure suit officially goes out of style, 1976.
December 31 – New Year’s Eve.