National Ding-A-Ling Day 2021 – Sunday, December 12! Although National Ding-A-Ling Day may appear to be an obnoxious festival, it is really a day when participants are urged to reconnect with folks they formerly knew. Certainly, ding-a-ling in this sense refers to calling them and getting in contact with them for your own mental satisfaction. Although the word ding-a-ling is used colloquially to refer to someone who is foolish or quirky, it also refers to the chiming sound of a bell. You also receive a free license to act just a little strange for the day. As telephones contained bells in them, this appears to be a natural usage of the word, therefore commemorated by phoning pals on December 12th.
When is National Ding-A-Ling Day 2021 USA?
Sunday, December 12 is the official celebration date of Happy National Ding-A-Ling Day 2021 in the United States.
The History of National Ding-A-Ling Day
Franky Hyle of Melrose Park, Illinois established National Ding-A-Ling Day in 1972 by placing free advertising in Chase’s Schedule of happenings along with his P.O Box Number. The National Ding-A-Ling Club may be joined for $1, according to the advertisement. The goal of this club was for participants to phone family, friends, and relatives, they hadn’t spoken with in a long time on December 12th. Ever since the club’s concept has expanded throughout the world, and currently, it is a popular holiday for those wishing to reunite with longtime friends and family.
How to Celebrate National Ding-A-Ling Day 2021?
1. Through music, you can find your inner ding-a-ling.
National Ding-A-Ling Day was created specifically for music. Consider all the songs containing the word ding-a-ling in the title. We recommend playing Chuck Berry’s lone Billboard top song, the 1972 rendition of “My Ding-a-Ling.” This one is intended to be a toy featuring “silver bells dangling on a thread,” but you choose. Bobby Rydell, a pop phenomenon, also had a song named “Ding-a-Ling” that was published during the year 1960. Last but not least, listen to ska singer Judge Dread’s island-y rendition of “My Ding-a-Ling.”
2. Place some money in the Salvation Army kettle.
Allow the ring of bells to entice you to the Salvation Army’s red kettle, where you may make a gift to aid people in need. Admittedly, it’s the holidays, which make opening up your wallet along with that heart of yours for a better cause.
3. Call instead of texting
Texting is something that we all do nowadays. Why not defy the norm for one day and make a phone call to contact somebody? All kidding aside, National Ding-A-Ling Day was established not just to memorialize our nearest and dearest ones, but also to prevent individuals from getting alienated. Furthermore, experiencing somebody’s voice on the other end creates a nicer, closer connection than simply messaging.
Why We Love National Ding-A-Ling Day
According to legend, the concept for National Ding-A-Ling Day arose from a group discussion about people being kinder and remaining attached to dear ones. The phrase “ding-a-ling” arose, which is regarded as “person who truly hears bells in the mind.” Around the 12th of December, millions of individuals interacted with family, friends, acquaintances they hadn’t contacted for a long time. During National Ding-A-Ling Day, many individuals exhibit an odder aspect of their personality. Ding-A-Lings might be sporting strange attire or walking backward. It presents one to be one’s own unique version. So, why shouldn’t we eagerly wait for this day to come and let us get ding-a-linigng!
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