Naturally, the hole-iest cheese would get its own holiday. There is little known about how this holiday started, but there are plenty of activities to acknowledge this smelly cheese.
If you’ve ever been called swiss cheese for being a terrible goalkeeper, you’re not alone. And Swiss Cheese Day is also about celebrating you and your terrible athletic skills. Don’t spend January 2nd trying to redeem yourself as a goalie, just let the other team score and blame this national holiday. I’m sure your team will take it really well.
If you can’t relate to the above situation, you’re either a great athlete, or you’ve never tried. Maybe you should spend this holiday making your own swiss cheese. It’s easy I promise. Simply:
“My love life is like a piece of swiss cheese, most of it’s missing and what’s there, stinks” -Joan Rivers.
Ok, Swiss Cheese is used endlessly as a negative euphemism or metaphor in pop culture. Which, is probably why this holiday was created- to celebrate the good parts of swiss cheese. So, let’s not forget our favorite foods that NEED swiss cheese to be good: Cuban sandwich, chicken cordon bleu, reuben sandwich, quiche.