2017 Humiliation Day

Annual Fall

3rd January

List of Humiliation Day dates by year

20183rd JanuaryWednesday
20193rd JanuaryThursday
20203rd JanuaryFriday
20213rd JanuarySunday
20223rd JanuaryMonday
20233rd JanuaryTuesday
20243rd JanuaryWednesday
20253rd JanuaryFriday
20263rd JanuarySaturday
20273rd JanuarySunday

Today is also the perfect opportunity to apologize to that special friend, beloved family member or even that annoying co-worker. Humiliation Day serves as an important reminder of being humble and sometimes, words really do hurt.

Humiliation Day is not a day to humiliate someone. Rather, it should be viewed as a time to recognize the negativity of humiliating someone, or a group of people.


Perhaps too many people associate humbleness with humility. So, they think today is a day to be humble. Being humble is good virtue. Humiliation is a negative impression placed upon someone....which is not so good.

Let's all use this special day, to remind us to avoid humiliating anyone for any reason.

While the origins of this annual holiday are unknown, Jan. 3 is Humiliation Day. It’s a special day of the year that focuses on humility and being humble, not for humiliating others.




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