Days which are holy.
Only sissies and Abrahamists use two words to describe their holy days. And we're not so sure about the sissies.
Table of HolydaysEdit
In keeping with Discordians sticking apart, this orderly table includes those Holydays that seem like a good idea at the moment. Enough Discordians like them that they're in the table. Of course, if enough Discordians are agreeing to organize these holydays into a table, they cannot be trusted, nor can the holydays thus listed.
|Holyday||Discordian calendar||Gregorian calendar|
|Mungday||Chaos 5||January 5|
|Chaoflux||Chaos 50||February 19|
|St. Tib's Day||St. Tib's Day||February 29|
|Mojoday||Discord 5||March 19|
|Discoflux||Discord 50||May 3|
|Syaday||Confusion 5||May 31|
|Confuflux||Confusion 50||July 15|
|Zaraday||Bureaucracy 5||August 12|
|Bureflux||Bureaucracy 50||September 26|
|Maladay||The Aftermath 5||October 24|
|Afflux||The Aftermath 50||December 8|
Still More HolydaysEdit
- Main article: Whollyday
Discordian Affiliate Holydays, or Whollydays, are pretty much any that didn't make the cut to get into the Principia Discordia. It doesn't make them bad, mind you, but it does make them another page, because they're cool that way.
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