Sinkie Day is celebrated in the US right after Thanksgiving as a way of saving time while cleaning and cooking. It was founded in 1991 by the lAPWDOTKS movement, whose members believe that saving time is easier than it seems. This tradition has become widely popular, and an important goal of the holiday is to do charity, especially for countries where hunger is prevalent.
The idea of Sinkie Day was conceived by Norm Hankoff when he was sitting over the sink, using chips as a spoon to scoop up a salad with tuna. Being Shinki doesn’t mean being lazy.it simply means appreciating simplicity and not worrying about formalities when eating.
- Norman received a letter of approval from the White House when the first lady learned about the offer of an alternative lunch, dinner, and snack.
- In 2021, the holiday celebrated its 30th anniversary.
- The concept of Sinkie Day doesn’t revolve around one shell.it is about snacking habits in general.
How to take part
When you want to eat, give up the formalities for at least one day. Keep track of how much time you save and tell your friends about the holiday. Make Sinkie Day a kind of weekend, on which it is easy to relax from the usual kitchen servings!
When is Sinkie Day celebrated in 2023?
Sinkie Day is observed on the day after Thanksgiving each year.