National Chicken Dance Day 2022 is on Saturday, May 14, 2022: Is it true that when you are lightning stricken, it is the national day of chicken? CC if you may?

Saturday, May 14, 2022 is National Chicken Dance Day 2022. Dance Like a Chicken Day, Do the Chicken Dance, Das Entertanz at ... Dance Like a Chicken Day is

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Is it true that when you are lightning stricken, it is the national day of chicken? C/C if you may?

That's a funny one my friend ...

and I'm also going around the bend ...

But I'm not even getting to the lightening struck poetess stage ...

Even with men who are my own age ...

I don't even get to make it to the date ...

The bull, it seems has bolted at the gate ...

I hesitate to enjoy a dance of romance ...

and hope we might so then enjoy a glance ...

And what do you know would happen next ...

I end up with the rough end of the text ...

It seems that both the women and men deny any time to get to know ...

each others personality or is all just vanity, before around the bend they go ...

Oh ... to eat a meal with a man ...

if only I could, if only I can ...

They don't even wait until the lightening strikes me with love ...

before they begin their nasty little games of push and shove ...

I'm good looking enough to attract the gentlemen, so it seems ...

and they obviously hold me in some kind of dreams ...

But the judgement falls and I'm a battle axe ...

and they chop off the friendship before I even relax ...

Then in hindsight, I'm left to wonder ... who was that man ...

Just another flash in the pan ...

The strike of love from within the eyes of another ...

Would be a great start instead of just be my lover ...

3 times this week ...

Am I a freak?

So much for the art of courting and romance ...

I'm speechless about modern men, they don't dance ...

The horizontal poll dance is all they want and right now ...

Pardon me, dear Sir, I smile, but my name is not a cow ...

romantic ideas for valentines day?

romantic ideas for valentines day?

* check to see if your local library has free passes or discount passes to area attractions, like museums or plays

* find a really beautiful card that has a lot of sentimental sayings in it

* is there a good restaurant that has really cheap prices? see if they are taking reservations for valentines day

* can you cook her a valentine's dinner or are you in a dorm room without an oven/stove?

* is there a dollar store near you? we have them in our area (everything in the store is only $1). See if they have an assort of balloons & you can give her a bouquet of balloons.

* sometimes a single, beautiful red rose means more than a whole bouquet of flowers

* is there a dvd she has been talking about renting? or a movie she's been dying to see. This would mean a lot to her, especially if its the type of movie you would NEVER choose to watch - it shows you care about what she likes

* check out the website:

I found the following suggestions on this website (sorry, i don't know if these are close to you):

* Consider “Saturday Morning at the National,” National Theatre’s free performance series designed for the whole family. Shows range from puppet & magic shows to showcases of music & ballet. Seating is limited & tickets are distributed on a first-come, first-served basis 30 minutes prior to showtime. Check website for performance schedule.

* Get half-priced, day-of-show or advance sale tickets for theater seats at Signature Theatre, the Kennedy Center, Folger Theatre, Imagination Stage & more online at TICKETPLACE.org, run by the Cultural Alliance of Greater Washington DC. Or, stop by their booth (7th St between D & E Streets, NW) to purchase tickets in person. It's open Wed. through Fri. from 11am-6pm; Sat. from 10am-5pm & Sun. from 12pm-4pm.

* Experience culture at the National Museum of the American Indian, where free programming from storytelling & dance festivals to music performances by Native composers & classical musicians is available to audiences of all ages. Check website for schedule.

* Get a taste of the Bard for a great value at the Harman Center of the Arts. Patrons 35 & under can get discounted tickets to see the Shakespeare Theatre Company’s productions including Henry V, The Merchant of Venice, & more for just $10. An allotment of these lower-priced tickets is released every Tuesday morning during show season starting at 10am.

* Keep your wallet full with Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company's "Pay-What-You-Can" tickets for the first two performances (usually Monday & Tuesday) of every main stage subscription series production. Tickets are sold at the theatre 90 minutes prior to showtime. Two per person, cash or check only. Check the individual show calendars for specific dates, times & locations.

* Walk among living butterflies at the National Museum of Natural History's Butterfly Pavilion (adults $6/children $5). Tuesdays are free, but timed-entry tickets are required & are available at the Butterfly Pavilion box office beginning at 10am each Tues.

* The hand-written sign above the register in Ben's Chili Bowl says that loyal supporter Bill Cosby is the only customer who can eat for free. But you can still eat for cheap at this city staple, like the famous chili half smoke.

* Head over to Julia's Empanadas, where a variety of hand-made, freshly-baked empanadas are served for less than $5.

* Need to grab a bite but don't have time for a sit-down meal? Stop by "On the Fly," a fleet of eco-friendly SmartKarts serving reasonably priced food from restaurants throughout the city. Pulled chicken sandwiches start at just $5.

* PS 7's doesn't cut corners when it comes to after-work specials. The fine dining restaurant offers its beer of the day for $3, its red, white & sparkling wine of the day for just $4/glass & many small plates in the lounge for under $10.

* The 100% wind-powered Austin Grill is a family-favorite offering Tex-Mex "grub" in a fun atmosphere. A different special every Mon.

* Eat organic at Johnny's Half Shell, where James Beard award-winning chef Ann Cashion's mini-burgers & mini Asian tuna sandwiches are just $2.50 & her fried oysters & gumbo are $6 each during happy hour.

* Watch the chef make noodles in the window of Chinatown Express before ordering a big bowl for yourself for under $5.

* Less than $10 will get you falafel & twice-fried fries until 4am on weekends at Amsterdam Falafelshop. They even offer a choice of wheat or white pitas, & they don't use spoons, forks or plates in an effort to reduce waste.

* Even sushi has a happy hour in DC. Try Café Asia, where Nigiri is $1/piece & maki rolls are discounted. Also try Lotus Lounge, where beer, wine, sushi rolls & dumplings are just $5 during happy hour Tuesday through Saturday.

September is . . . . Self Improvement Month, Be Kind To Editors and .........?

September is . . . . Self Improvement Month, Be Kind To Editors and .........?

How about be kind to strangers, friends and poets?

How about flight month? Or Friendship month?

Or even Grandparent month? I think there used to

an unofficial holiday in September, called Grandparent Day.

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