Hug A Monster Day

July 27

Because Monsters are People Too

Franklin and Frankenstein, July 27, 1782

Franklin and Frankenstein, July 27, 1782

Intergalactic Hug A Monster Day takes place on July 27 every year. It is a day to show appreciation to all the monsters in our lives. Take your favorite monster (toy) with you to work, school, or play. Show it off. Amaze your friends. Baffle your boss. Frighten your psychiatrist.

Hugging your favorite mutant may be the best feeling you have all day.

Because monsters are people too.

Amelia Earhart didn't fly alone all the time. July 27, 1934

Amelia Earhart didn’t fly alone all the time. July 27, 1934

And don’t forget to send us a photo of you hugging your monster. We’ll pick our favorite photo, and feature it on the prestigious SML blog – where dignitaries and ambassadors go for their monster news.

Hug a Monster Day has a rich and storied history in America. Help us continue this meaningful tradition.

Walter Cronkite welcomes new life forms to Earth: July 27, 1962

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3 Comments:

  1. AWESOME!!!!!

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