2017 Dumbstruck Day

Annual Fall

15th March

List of Dumbstruck Day dates by year

201815th MarchThursday
201915th MarchFriday
202015th MarchSunday
202115th MarchMonday
202215th MarchTuesday
202315th MarchWednesday
202415th MarchFriday
202515th MarchSaturday
202615th MarchSunday
202715th MarchMonday

Dumbstruck Day is a day to be totally dumbstruck over the things you see, hear and read. You may easily be dumbstruck to read that someone created this special day. Some people are dumbstruck on a regular basis, day in and day out. The events in their lives and the world around them are overwhelming. Fortunately, that's not you (we hope).

However, everyone has their chance to be dumbstruck once in a while. If you are normally embarrassed to be dumbstruck, then today is truely a special day. Today, you can be dumbstruck like the rest of us without guilt or embarrassment.

Dumbstruck Day

Dumbstruck Day takes place on March 15, 2016. If you're dumbstruck, you are so shocked that you're unable to speak. You can use Dumbstruck Day to be dumbstruck over all the shocking things you see, hear, read und smell.

"Dumbstruck" is a combination of "dumb" and "struck": you are dumbstruck as if you are struck dumb with astonishment and surprise. "Dumb" means "silent, silent, speechless, mute, unable to speak".




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