Slideshow: 15 Nationally Recognized ‘Holidays’ You Won’t Believe

Yep, these are really on the 'calendar,' including today's National French Toast Day

Chances are you’ve already noticed there’s a holiday for just about everything — or maybe you haven’t noticed, since so many of them are pointless and you have better things to do.

These useless “holidays” flood our calendars each year, and some people can only celebrate so much.

For example, today — November 28 — is National French Toast Day. Yum — eat up!

There’s also Fruitcake Toss Day (January 3), Absolutely Incredible Kid Day (March 15), National Something on a Stick Day (March 28), Wear Pajamas to Work Day (April 16), Blueberry Pie Day (April 28), World Kissing Day (July 6), Wife Appreciation Day (September 16) — and so many more.

This means your birthday isn’t really special anymore because you probably share it with National Tin Can Day.

Scroll through the gallery to see some of the holidays that rise to the top (if we’ve left out your favorite, let us know!).