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What do you think we should call this day?

Asked by Blondesjon (33658points) May 4th, 2012

Tomorrow (Saturday – May, 5) is Cinco de Mayo and it is also a Super Moon. Since I’m not religious and I really dig both astrology and Mexican/American drinking holidays, I have decided to celebrate tomorrow. I’m just having trouble coming up with the “Day” name that I will begin to loudly toast to after about seven or eight beers.

I was thinking about going with Super de Moono.


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chyna's avatar

Corona de Moon day.

rebbel's avatar

In Holland, tomorrow (Saturday) is May 5.


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john65pennington's avatar

Ultra Platinum Moondoggy Day

Then, you can drink a six pack of Michelob Ultra and a six pack of Bud Light Platinum in celebration.

Just do not drive afterwards.

sinscriven's avatar

“White people need an excuse to get drunk” day.
Not that there’s anything wrong with that.

Except the Grito de dolores is more fun when you’re drunk. And that’s not until September. Premature celebration!

ucme's avatar

Mex….hic….o….my head hurts…

saylo_0's avatar

May the 4th be with you!

saylo_0's avatar

Lol it’s Friday here and its may the 4th

Blondesjon's avatar

waiting to see if the mods will allow me to edit my question before throwing out that i fucked up on the date

Blackberry's avatar


How about Cinco de astro?

Pied_Pfeffer's avatar

@Blondesjon If the mods do allow for edits, you might want to change the link to “Super Moon” as well. It also is for Cinco de Mayo.

tedibear's avatar

I like Cinco de Luna.

Coloma's avatar

I’m having a Modelo right now :-)

How ‘bout Cerveza de luna beer of the moon. haha

elbanditoroso's avatar

Everyone should go outdoors at 5:00pm, pull down their pants, expose their buttocks at the sky.

Call it Moon the Moon Day.

Adirondackwannabe's avatar

I like Blackberry’s idea.

gailcalled's avatar

Here’s accurate info, from Sky & Telescope

Saturday, May 5

“Full Moon (exact at 11:35 p.m. EDT), in Libra. This is the closest and largest full Moon of 2012, though not remarkably so. The Moon is 8% closer and larger than average, and only 0.16 magnitude brighter than average, so you’d need measuring tools to really tell. Take a look. What do you think?”

zenvelo's avatar

Luna de Mayo, Cinco de mustard

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