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it's opposite day

  1. Kirsty


    On "Opposite Day" the meaning of words is the opposite; so, for example, no means yes on this day. It serves as philosophical development, as well as practice for standardised tests. Once Opposite Day is declared, statements mean the opposite of what they usually mean. "Opposite Day" has...
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