It’s National Taco Day, a “holiday” that would, under other circumstances, be cause for celebration and heaps of free tacos. But this year, National Taco Day fell on a Wednesday, not #TacoTuesday, the unofficial weekly holiday dedicated to the Mexican dish.
Scheduling the national day to celebrate tacos on a Wednesday has confused taco enthusiasts, who came online to ask how such a grave mistake could have happened:
— c.j.roth (@cjroth1) October 4, 2017
What kind of world do we live in where national taco day isn't on taco Tuesday
— Chops (@theycallmechops) October 4, 2017
— LMAO (@Imphilivorybrah) October 4, 2017
— Da'Llama King (@mallamallama) October 4, 2017
The fact that national taco day falls on a Wednesday and not a Tuesday is a disgrace in and of itself
— Brock Rezabek (@Brez51) October 4, 2017
Others managed to find the silver lining in being able to honor tacos more than once:
— Nolene Dougan (@NoleneDougan) October 4, 2017
This week we have Taco Tuesday on Tuesday and National Taco Day on Wednesday.
I feel like I hit the lottery. Tacos ?????days in a row! ????
— - dana pica - (@dtpica) October 2, 2017
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