Cheese Weasel Day is celebrated the following Monday if the 3rd falls on a weekend. Remember to say thank you to your tech support & celebrate on Monday April 4, 2016!
Easter is still a couple of days away. So why should you be celebrating?
April 3 is recognized as Cheese Weasel Day. This is the world’s only widely known internet holiday. Since 1992, the day has been informally set aside to honor those people who practice the dark art of computer repair. The elusive IT guy who appears out of nowhere when viruses strike or systems fail.
When you get the blue screen of death or rainbow spinning wheel of frustration, who do you call?
Do you ever even tell them thank you when your work day returns to normal and you can pretend to be working while you browse Facebook or watch YouTube videos all afternoon? Read the rest of the article here #CheeseWeaselDay
Have you not heard Cheese Weasel Day is April 3rd?
#CheeseWeaselDay is the only internet holiday. It celebrates the contributions of techies to daily life. Do a web search and see for yourself, its a grassroots holiday that’s been around since the 90′s.
On Cheese Weasel Day (April 3rd) the Cheese Weasel delivers cheese to techies, usually leaving a slice of cheese under their mouse pads. People have office celebrations (see below, the party is already starting!), create art and generally express gratitude to techies on this fun (and cheesy) holiday.
Not sure who to send thankfulness to on Cheese Weasel Day? Anyone who helps you when your technology goes on the blink. They deserve a thanks! You’re not going to be able to give them an Apple iWatch until April 24th, so why not just slip them some cheese now?
Please consider joining the tradition for 2015, encourage your company or organization to show appreciation of tech support. Don’t wait until Skynet gains self-awareness and your tech support has to deactivate a killer sentient robot before you say thanks. Say thanks April 3rd. If you do have a celebration, please remember to use the tag #CheeseWeaselDay and let us know.
Remember, robots don’t care about cheese!
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