National Take a Skull to Work or School Day

During the week my housemates and I found an old skull hanging on the fence in our backyard. We had never seen it before in our lives. Well, OK, one of us had. The rest of us just hadn’t looked very hard before.

skull

Rather than be spooked by the skull on the fence I have decided to embrace the skull into my life. Thus, I am proposing that we make Monday week – August 10 – National Take a Skull to Work or School Day.

I hereby call on all those who have skulls lying around (other than the ones encased inside your heads) to take them to work or school with you on August 10.

skullclassroom

It doesn’t even have to be a real skull. Any skull will do. It may sound a little creepy but as long as you don’t take a real human skull (because a murder charge may ensue) it’ll be fun! Just like when someone brings a pet or a baby to show off at school or work.

I for one will be taking the skull from our back fence along with me to work to celebrate National Take a Skull to Work or School Day. So, who’s with me?

Comments

  1. I’m totally with you on this. Please post regular reminders on Twitter leading up to the event.

  2. i think it’s feasible. could you send a flyer to the school so we can embrace it as a catholic learning institution?

  3. does that mean we can’t take ones encased in our heads to work/school that day as well?

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