Blah, Blah, Blah Day - April 17
Wed, Apr 17, 2024

Blah, Blah, Blah Day

Blah Blah Blah Day is an annual American holiday dedicated to empty words. Blah blah blahs and broken promises are a common problem for people. You may have planned to start working out at the gym on Monday, stop smoking and all that, but to no avail. Words turned out to be empty. The holiday is celebrated on April 17.


The creation of Blah Blah Blah Blah Day is the responsibility of the famous Roy Brothers, who have created dozens of holidays. The phrase in the name of this day appeared in the 19th century, it could be found in magazines, memoirs and other things. The popularity of the expression grew in the 1950s, and it took root in society. It describes chatter – empty words not supported by action.

The feast encourages people to remember how they have fallen victim to empty words or have engaged in chatter, promising something to others or to themselves, but failing to do so. People who are seen as empty talkers lose credibility. They will not be approached by friends with important requests, and they will no longer be perceived as a full member of the team.

Interesting facts

  • There is a historical version of the origin of the expression Blah Blah Blah. Similar shouts were made by the ancient Greek barbarians – they were called “meaningless noises.
  • Voiding is a natural trait for many people, which can be almost invisible, and it can form a negative image of the person as an unreliable person.

How to celebrate

Congratulate in jest form your friends who often throw words to the wind. If you yourself are a frequent mouthful, start to watch your speech more carefully. Think about your answers so you don’t make false hopes and promises.

Spread the word about the holiday on social media. Ask users, do they often throw words around?

When Blah, Blah, Blah Day celebrated in 2024?

Blah, Blah, Blah Day is observed on April 17 each year.


Weekday Month Day Year
Wednesday April 17 2024
Thursday April 17 2025