Humbug Day: 150+ Wishes, Quotes, Messages, Captions, Greetings, Images

Every year Humbug Day is observed on the 21st of December to express the incoming holiday season’s piled-up frustrations and stress. It is monitored just before the incoming of Christmas and aimed to forget all of the tension regarding preparing for the incoming festive season and relaxing for a while.

Humbug Day Greetings, Messages and Quotes

Humbug Day Greetings:

-The heartiest greeting of Humbug Day, which has such a noble intention held behind the day’s celebration.

-Pave an exact way out for all of your frustrations and stresses on this and become more optimistic about welcoming Christmas and celebrating it most happily.

-Spend some time to look after yourself and give some rest to your body and mind. Keep your mind healthy and stress-free.

-A masterpiece written by Charles Dickens titled ‘A Christmas Carol’ is a must-read if you haven’t, and what can be a better day for this than Humbug Day.

-Take a break from all of your ongoing planning. Later the kick starts with a fresh shoot, which will result in more stunning ideas for the preparations.

-A lovely gesture followed to mark this day is that people need to tell out “Humbug” loudly and let out all the stresses to go away, which had been tolerated within.

-Another condition laid down is that no one can say humbug more than twelve times on this day.

-Mention Humbug Day and pen down your views regarding it in the caption section of your beautiful pictures and post them using the hashtag #HumbugDay.

-Spend some time to let the closest people know about the beautiful holiday and spend some wonderful time with them. 

Humbug Day Messages:

-In the English dictionary, the word Humbug means ‘deceptive or false behavior of a person.’ 

You should read the novel “A Christmas Carol” by Charles Dickens because the ‘Humbug’ nature is very much linked to a character described in the story’s plot. 

-Humbug Day was originally a concept of Thomas and Ruth Roy, who noticed the stress and frustrations people drag along and decided to do something about it.

Humbug is a parasitic bug creature and suck on blood, food (here, happiness) for their living.

-We might try to set high hopes and expectations for healthy and happy festive arrangements, but the stresses of the holiday season manage to pile up, anyway. 

-The day is an open opportunity to devote to expressing and keeping a check on our fancy expectations with everything we undertake.

-The holiday for Humbug Day is approved by Ebenezer Scrooge and has been in celebration for a very long time.

-Humbug Day definitely brings out all the scrooges in us and opens a way for all of the joy and happiness straight into our hearts.

-Humbug Day is also known popularly by the name Don’t be a Scrooge Day. It is a day to let go of all the negativity and ill energies within oneself and welcome fresh and positive vibes.

Humbug Day quotes

“If I could work my will, every idiot who goes about with ‘Merry Christmas’ on his lips, should be boiled with his own pudding, and buried with a stake of holly through his heart.”
― Charles Dickens

“This faulty light fitting at the front door with the dangerously flickering bulb looks rather festive. Who says I don’t do Christmas?”
― R.D. Ronald

“How can I help being a humbug. . .when all these people make me do things that everybody knows can’t be done?”
― L. Frank Baum

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