October 12 marks a day of utmost significance. It is the International Moment of Frustration Scream Day. Yes, for all those people who have managed to remain perpetually frustrated thanks to their boss, parents, friends, the government, the law, the world, NASA and what not, you have a day to yourselves to vent! You can scream your lungs out to vent out your frustration today, and no one will stop you (or at least they shouldn't, but we give no guarantee). Just for larks (and inspiration), we figured we'll present variations of the most famous scream in (art) history - Edvard Munch's The Scream.
The day is part of a crazy list of holidays made up by US-based Thomas and Ruth Roy and their outfit Wellcat Holidays. In an LA Times interview, Thomas - a TV show host - recounts how he just decided to submit a crazy holiday entry to the Chase calendar (the omnibus that's regarded as the last word on holidays in the US). Surprisingly, the submission was accepted, and that just opened the way for a whole series of copyrighted holidays by the Roys. So far, the duo may have invented 40-50 zany holidays.