2017 Be Late for Something Day

Annual Fall

5th September

List of Be Late for Something Day dates by year

20185th SeptemberWednesday
20195th SeptemberThursday
20205th SeptemberSaturday
20215th SeptemberSunday
20225th SeptemberMonday
20235th SeptemberTuesday
20245th SeptemberThursday
20255th SeptemberFriday
20265th SeptemberSaturday
20275th SeptemberSunday

Be Late For Something Day is a great day to be a procrastinator. If you are among the millions of us who never seem to be able to stay on schedule, then you will certainly enjoy today.

Being late for something as a common occurrence. It's caused by a whole host of reasons. Some are intentional, some are not. Fall behind schedule early in the day today, and you will be late for everything that follows. Doctors and lawyers are notoriously late for something....their appointment with you! It's proper to be "fashionably late" for parties.

Be Late for Something Day

Be Late for Something Day is observed on September 05 and gives you the opportunity to dial your fast paced living down a notch and to take your time. Especially people who are never able to be on time are going to love this day.

The best way to celebrate this special occasion is: make an appointment for this day and be late for it on purpose. That's it, easy but it works guaranteed. But watch out: Don't make it a Be Late for Something Week. At least your boss won't be very amused by your new attitude.




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