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International Panic Day

Updated on April 8, 2016

June 18th Is a Time to Panic

This is a holiday to worry about, to threat over, to be afraid of, very afraid of. No it's not build a bomb or break into someone's house day. It is has nothing to do without doing bad things, it is a day to worry about bad things. Most days I go with the Queen's motto of "Keep calm and carry on," but that is not what International Panic Day is a about. No one seems to know where is day originated, which is strange because people have been panicing since the dawn of time.

Everyone has something to worry about, like this cute and creepy drawing I call Creepy Fall.

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Panic Down

There is a holiday that you have probably never heard of and special is called the International Panic Day. In this uncertain world there are so many things to panic over, war, crime, crazy people and illness and that was just a few. Being in a panic is normal, fear is what keeps us alive at times, don't get on that plan, don't eat at that dirty taco stand, don't jump off that bridge without a cord. Fear has always and will always have a place in our lives.

I have a fear of rats, bats and creepy crawling bugs. They carry the plague or at least they carried the fleas that carried the plague and a whole host of other illnesses.

Keep Calm

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How To Panic In Style

One of the things I might do is have a fancy dress costume party and tell everyone to come as something you are scared of, I might come as one of the walking dead, or undead masses called a zombie, maybe what sends you into a panic is something cute like an evil fluffy bunny or a creepy doll. There are horror movies starring evil demonic dolls for a reason, they are a bit creepy at times.

You might even be afraid of children like a dear friend of mine.

Not a Day to be Calm

This is a day to stay in bed and pull the blanket over your eyes, because when you awake you will be in a panic. Yes, pulling your hair out running around like a chicken with your head cut off panicing is what this holiday is all about.

Today might be the day you build a bomb shelter or work on your food storge.

Panic away

Don't panic is funny because this man lost in space after aliens blew up the planet earth had a lot to panic about. Two faced aliens, a girl he met at a fancy dress party, a sad robot and the fact that his best friend was an alien and much, much more.

Don't Panic

Be Prepared

Being prepared can give you piece of mind in times of hardship and will help you not to panic when bad things happen. Being prepared can be as easy as being a few extra cans of food per week. This food storage can come in handy if some gets sick, there illnesses going around that you would like to avoid or it can help with the loss of a job.

You could have a 72 hour bag, full of water, food, a first aid kit and even a warming blanket and pop up tent.

This kit should go somewhere, where it can be easily gotten too in case of floods or wild fires.

If you live in an earthquake zone you should have your shoes next to your bed, so if an earthquake happens you won't end of walking on broken glass. They used to tell people people to stand under doorways, and in third world countries were they are still building unenforced masonry structures that is still the case, but in America they want you to get under a large sturdy table.

Northanger Abbey

Northanger Abbey is Jane Austen version or satire of a creepy Gothic Romance.  Like all of her stories a girl is thrust into the middle of a adventure at a young age when her neighbors ask her to go to bath with them. She meets 2 young men.
Northanger Abbey is Jane Austen version or satire of a creepy Gothic Romance. Like all of her stories a girl is thrust into the middle of a adventure at a young age when her neighbors ask her to go to bath with them. She meets 2 young men. | Source

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      Giovanna Sanguinetti 2 years ago from London UK

      I didn't know about this panic day - great I'll really enjoy it next year!!

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      Bobski606 5 years ago

      Great lens. I must remember to panic next year!

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      spids1 5 years ago

      Ha funny lens :)

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      sarasentor lm 5 years ago

      I like your lens and way of writing.

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      Hypersapien2 5 years ago from U.S.

      Very interesting...

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      DIY Mary 5 years ago

      I love your lens and especially your intro drawing! I think this holiday is really a hoot and I look forward to "celebrating" it next year.

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      aquarian_insight 5 years ago

      What a bizarre celebration! Do I panic that I missed it? Nah, I'll do that next year.

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      Stacy Birch 5 years ago

      @anonymous: I'm just worried that my data is lost forever, it really is a day to panic!

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      @Stacy Birch: I'm glad you have a back up computer to still get work done.

      Hope you can get the computer fixed, or a new one. :)

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      Stacy Birch 5 years ago

      @anonymous: I took care of it, these things are going to happen. My computer is broken and I'm writing on a back up computer that will not tell when I make typos.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Please delete this, i just noticed a slight typo in the intro in the 2nd paragraph:

      Everyone has something "towory". I just did a new lens yesterday that my sister proofed for me and oh my, hope she got them all, lol!

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Oh my, now I've really missed an important day and am feeling a little anxiety that could lead to panic and its not the right day...its almost a year away! I love your intro drawing!