THE HOLIDAYS, RANKED

  1. 1.
    Christmas
    Obviously. Christmas lasts a month and a half and I can't even be mad about it. Outside of the stress of buying people presents, you have the best movies, songs you never get tired of because you only hear them once a year, constant dessert, family time, twinkling lights and the smell of someone else's fireplace in the air. 10/10 would recommend.
  2. 2.
    Doughnut Day
    πŸ©πŸ’—πŸ©πŸ’—It's June 5thπŸ’—πŸ©πŸ’—πŸ©
  3. 3.
    Thanksgiving
    Thanksgiving gets no credit because of Christmas BUT you do get pilgrim sandwiches (AKA all the leftovers on a roll that you eat hours after everyone goes home and you can pretend you're not still stuffed)
  4. 4.
    Fourth of July
    July 4th is legit. BBQs are πŸ’― and everyone comes out as being America AF so you can celebrate freedom, watch people competitively eat hot dogs and wear stars and stripes like it's nobody's business. I love this day.
  5. 5.
    St. Patrick's Day
    (I'm Irish but) St. Patrick's Day is great because corned beef is lowkey great PLUS The Luck of the Irish is 100% one of Disney Channels finest. πŸ’˜ Ryan Merriman πŸ’˜
  6. 6.
    Memorial Day
    Everyone gets off and the weather is nice. Also a very important day regardless.
  7. 7.
    Easter
    Solid day spent with family and a solid chunk of time spent at Church. Questioning the idea of an Easter Bunny breaking into your house to hid eggs though.
  8. 8.
    Valentine's Day
    This day is fake, but my dad always buys me chocolate. Check with me again when I get a boyfriend.
  9. 9.
    Labor Day
    Has become a day celebrating going back to school. Yay
  10. 10.
    Halloween
    Unpopular opinion but Halloween is the worst. I'm biased because in grade school some kid wrote "YOU SUCK" in shaving cream in my backyard and it never came off the pavement πŸ˜“
  11. 11.
    New Years Eve
    Oh my god THE most overrated day of the year. So so much stress about having The Bestβ„’ time, so much danger in driving around, the worst resolutions that are broken by mid-January. Staying up till midnight is not nearly as exciting now that I do that every night regardless. The only thing worse than the actual day is the Garry Marshall movie (not to shade Garry).