No "L" Day
No "L" Day gets its name by being a pun of the word "noel." Noel may refer to the Christmas season, and a noel is another name for a Christmas carol, so it is fitting that No "L" Day takes place on Christmas Day. On this day the letter "L" is removed from all writing and speech. Fittingly, another name for the day is A'phabet Day.
No "L" Day, also known as A'phabet Day, is observed next on Wednesday, December 25th, 2019. It has always been observed annually on December 25th.
How to Observe
Celebrate the day by leaving out the letter "L" in all your speech, typing, and writing for the day. It really shouldn't be too hard if you just slow down and think about how you are communicating.
To give you some practice for the day, here is the previous paragraph without "L's." If you recite it out loud, that should help you be prepared for the day!
Ce'ebrate the day by 'eaving out the 'etter " ' " in a'' your speech, typing, and writing for the day. It rea''y shou'n't be too hard if you just s'ow down and think about how you are communicating.
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