Put a Pillow on Your Fridge Day
Put a Pillow on Your Fridge Day is observed next on Monday, May 29th, 2023 (109 days from today).
On May 29th, do not forget putting a pillow on your fridge to get good luck and wealth to your home.
The pillow gives you comfort every night, but you're probably disappointed that this resource is so often ignored throughout the day. However, on Fridge Pillow Day, you can ensure that your pillow works all day long to bring you prosperity and good luck.
Before the invention of the refrigerator in the 1920s, people in Europe and the United States would put a cloth in their lard for good luck once a year. Since then, it made food storage habits be changed and putting the future of this fine tradition in doubt. However, the event survived the fear and came back stronger than ever. All you need to do is put a pillow in the fridge on the right day. The observant among you may have noticed that the same goes for the old tradition of putting a pillow inside your fridge. Maybe try both to make sure you don't miss any luck!
Put a Pillow on Your Fridge Day’s history
Pillows have come a long way from their rustic roots. Pillows are believed to have existed since 7000 BC, in early Mesopotamia. Back then, they were made of stone and although that might not be the most comfortable, it is believed that they prevent bugs from crawling into their mouths, noses, and ears. The Egyptians believed that the head was the seat of spiritual life and used various materials such as marble, ivory, stone, ceramic, and wood as pillows.
The ancient Greeks and Romans created pillows that closely resemble what we use today. Ordinary people of the time used materials such as cotton, straw, and reeds, while the wealthier citizens stuffed pillows with soft feathers. Despite the variation in comfort, people don't use them often, especially those who can't afford the extra.
During the 19th century, the Industrial Revolution made the pillow popular. At this time, almost every family uses pillows. The industrialization of many processes made them more accessible to the common man and more affordable because they were mass-produced. The process of making pillows continued throughout the years and materials such as cotton, linen, silk and velvet were used for the pillows. Throw pillows are even used as decorations for rooms.
Today, there are many pillow brands that offer people a variety of options to suit their specific needs. There are gel pillows, boyfriend pillows, and hug pillows to help people find peace while sleeping. The exact origin of Put a Pillow on Your Fridge Day is not known, but many believe it's a modernized version of the old tradition of placing bed linen in the pantry to bring good luck. No matter what you believe, everyone can agree that now that we have a pillow, we can't imagine sleeping without it.
What is a larder?
You may be reading this and wondering what lard is. Why don't you have? Well, lard is an old word, appearing in the early 14th century in English. It basically means a closet or a room where meat and other items are stored. After all, not everyone can afford a luxury refrigerator! Lard is usually a large cabinet or a cold room used to preserve food. They were very popular at the time, especially among the middle classes. Larder is derived from the word Lardum, which is a Latin word for bacon, lard or pork. Nowadays, a cupboard full of meat doesn't really sound very appealing! However, it was used back in the days when lard was required to cook foods and grease pans. Pork fat is the place to store pork belly and pork fat.
Changing with the times
Put a Pillow on Your Fridge Day is something that builds on the original tradition of placing a piece of cloth in lard, but it has adapted over the years, as time and technology both advance. Today, lard is very uncommon. If you walk into most homes around the world, you will find that an electric refrigerator is used to preserve food. The refrigerator marks the death of lard, but it certainly doesn't mark the end of this holiday. Instead, tradition moved forward, and that's how we ended up with the wonderful, though unusual, Put a Pillow on Your Fridge Day.
Some truths about Pillow
- Carving a spiritual path
The ancient Egyptians would carve images of the gods into their pillows and place them under the heads of the dead to ward off unwanted spirits.
- Neck health
Specialized pillows can properly support your head and neck, give you a good night's sleep and help avoid head and neck problems throughout the day.
- Forbidden comfort
King Henry VIII banned soft pillows for everyone, except pregnant women.
- Uncomfortable pillow
10% of the weight of a pillow is accumulated from sweat, mold, dead skin cells, dust mites and dust mite droppings.
Some reasons for Put a Pillow on Your Fridge Day being loved
- It can bring you good luck
Believe it or not, placing a pillow in the fridge will bring proper refreshment to your life and it can also bring you good luck. Who couldn't use more than a little luck?
- Pay attention to your dreams
Pillows represent sleep and therefore they also represent your dreams. This day reminds us to never stop believing and hoping for the best, even if we have to do something silly to break our habits.
- Pillow health and safety
Our head and neck health are important and both need special attention. Making sure we get a good night's sleep will make us more productive members of society and help prevent problems that could get worse over time.
What do you do in Put a Pillow on Your Fridge Day?
Of course, you can decide to literally celebrate Put a Pillow on your Refrigerator Day; by putting a pillow in your fridge! Needless to say, you'll need a lot of space in the fridge to do this, but if you're someone who loves nothing more than flipping your pillow over to the cold side, you're sure to enjoy using it. Use the pillow to take a moment for your milk and yoghurt! If you don't want to try to stuff a giant pillow in the fridge (we can't blame you!), you can use the traditional method of finding a piece of linen from something in your bedroom and placing it in. fridge. This is way more practical after all!
If you dig a little bit online, you'll quickly learn that the social network loves Put a Pillow on your Fridge Day. This is a date that has grown in popularity over the past few years. It has quickly become one of the favorite days of people who like to use social networks for weird and wonderful things! It almost became a contest to see who could come up with the best picture of the pillow in the fridge. Well, you really can't make these, can you?
You can even have fun creating your own pillowcases for a date if you're a little crafty and you want to make sure you have the best images for social media. There are pillow samples online just for this day, saying things like “it gets to put a pillow on your fridge day” accompanied by cute pillow-hugging fridge pictures! Put a Pillow on Your Fridge Day has been loved by all retailers and fans around the world. You can either make your own pillowcases at home, or you can design your pillowcases and have them made and sent to you. There are a number of different companies that offer this type of service, as the personalized merchandise industry is huge at the moment, so you should have no trouble in getting a unique pillow if you don't want to embroider.
ObservedPut a Pillow on Your Fridge Day has been observed annually on May 29th.
Saturday, May 29th, 2021
Sunday, May 29th, 2022
Monday, May 29th, 2023
Wednesday, May 29th, 2024
Thursday, May 29th, 2025