Reason to celebrate: May 27, 2021 is National Cellophane Tape Day.
In 1921, a banjo playing inventor began for that Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company, referred to as 3M. 4 years later, Richard Came left of his lab transporting the very first roll of Scotch Tape. In 1930, also, he produced clear wrapping tape. Without it guy, we’d be overall our Christmas packages with string. Celebrate Cellophane Tape Day by tape up whatever you can get hold of!
Munch goes to Bill's Bar & Burgers
If the Internet is to be believed -- as if it's ever wrong -- apparently wedged in between the suspicious celebrations of "National Cellophane Tape Day" and the annual lollapalooza of "National Paperclip Day," last Thursday was a non-office-supply-date ...
Wednesday, May 27, 2015
1647 - Alse Young (Achsah Young or Alice Young), a resident of Windsor, CT, was executed for being a "witch." It was the first recorded American execution of a "witch." 1668 - Three colonists were expelled from Massachusetts for being Baptists.
From jumping frogs, to dancing like chickens to loving sharks, May is a month ...
Lesser known holidays on this last Monday of May include Sunscreen Day and Cellophane Tape Day -- commemorating Richard Drew's invention of cellophane tape in 1930. May 29. Welcome to Put a Pillow on Your Fridge Day. Yes, that's right-- a day in ...
It's National Indian Pudding Day! Here's Why You Should Celebrate
Transcript. ROBERT SIEGEL, HOST: It seems like every day is a National Something Day - National Friendship Day or National Cellophane Tape Day, and today is no exception. November 13th, as you already knew, no doubt, is National Indian Pudding Day.