Journalist Rocky the Squirrel here –
keeping his paws on the nuts of the world –
All important announcement – today is National Inane Answering Machine Day and is always on January 30th. It is actually a copyrighted holiday? Negative that is not a typing error, it is “Inane”. You don’t even know what that means do you? Go ahead and admit it, Bacon’s mother had to look it up too. Poor kid needs to advance her vocabulary besides talking gibberish to that oinker all day. I went ahead and copied this from the dictionary for you. You’re welcome!
“inane”, Pronunciation: \i-ˈnān\
Inflected Form(s): inan·er; inan·est
Etymology: Latin inanis
1 : empty, insubstantial
2 : lacking significance, meaning, or point : silly
synonyms see insipid
— inane·ly adverb
— inane·ness \-ˈnān-nəs\ noun
With that being said and us knowing what ‘inane’ means now, let’s continue on this grand holiday of “National Inane Answering Message Day”. First lets clarify the meaning of an “inane” answering machine messages. We all get them and they drive us crazy which for some cases is a short trip – HA! An inane message is a senseless or meaningless message, or a prank call. Or, it could be an insane message.
So, National Inane Answering Message Day is a day to end those numerous, annoying insane answering machine messages. We all *know* that’s not going to be accomplished in one day but we can try, can’t we? So for today, no prank calls! Chatters and laughs.