2017 Lumpy Rug Day

Annual Fall

3rd May

List of Lumpy Rug Day dates by year

20183rd MayThursday
20193rd MayFriday
20203rd MaySunday
20213rd MayMonday
20223rd MayTuesday
20233rd MayWednesday
20243rd MayFriday
20253rd MaySaturday
20263rd MaySunday
20273rd MayMonday

Lumpy Rug Day is intended to appreciate a good rug. A rug should be smooth, even, and definitely not lumpy. Many of us stretch out on a rug to watch Tv, play games, and even catch 40 winks. If the rug is lumpy, you'll know it.

Lumpy Rug Day

There are a number of ways to enjoy Lumpy Rug Day:

- If you have a lumpy rug, toss it out and get a nice, lump-less rug.

- If you once had a lumpy rug, take a minute to remember the soft, comfortable feel of the new rug when it arrived.

- If you never had a lumpy rug, count your blessings. You don't know what you're missing.

Lumpy Rug Day is celebrated on May 03. It's a day to take action to check and smoothen your rugs: a rug shouldn't be lumpy! The term "carpet" is often used interchangeably with the term "rug". Some define a carpet as stretching from wall to wall. Another definition treats rugs as of lower quality or of smaller size, with carpets quite often having finished ends.




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