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    National Holidays from the bizarre to the original.

  • Marie Stewart Kern

    Nov 13 - Sadie Hawkins Day

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    Nov. 9th, '13: Happy Sadie Hawkins Day!

  • Patricia Danker

    During the month of November the popular comic strip Lil'Abner has declared this month the month of Sadie Hawkins. It empowers girls and women to take the initiative to ask a boy or man out on a date or a dance. Maybe this is how some ladies found their husband... Nov 14

  • Debra Gleiter

    Sadie Hawkins Day Remembering asking your favorite guy to the dance! I was sacred to death!

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The Watusi /wɑːˈtuːsi/ is a solo dance that enjoyed brief popularity during the early 1960s.[1] It was the second-most popular dance craze in the 1960s in the United States, after the Twist.[2]