5 OutofBox ways to celebrate friendship Week

by Ashish on August 3, 2009

Friend in need is a FRIEND IN DEED

Friend in need is a FRIEND IN DEED

In 1935 USA govt. killed a man on 1st Saturday of august. The very next day his best friend committed suicide in his memory, so USA govt. decided and declared 1st Sunday of every august as Friendship day. Following the popularity and success of Friendship Day in US, several other countries adopted the tradition of dedicating a day to friends.Celebration doesn’t only last for a day but goes for the whole week and for many years we have been celebrating Friendship Week  Today celebrating the 72nd anniversary of this day Outofbox has come up with few ideas to make your friends feel special.

1)Take them to a surprise celebration party. As most of us expect a surprise birthday or wedding anniversary party, this surprise will surely strength your bonding.

2)Giving a card or flowers is somewhat materialistic and everybody does that, a better way is to cook your friend’s favorite dish. Make sure you give your best in kitchen which would be enough to please your friend.

3)Make your friend aware about his positive and negative sides. Everyone praises their good friend but there is always a corner for improvement. Show your friend that weak corner.

4)Send your friends SMS composed by you and don’t forward other’s feeling. Even a single line written by you is far better than 100 words of another person.

5)Try to find out one thing  that your friend always wishes to do and play an important role in getting that wish fulfilled.

Though many of us celebrate friendship day throughout the year, in this fast pacing world of commercialization and globalization we struggle to find time for our own friends and closed one. These days are only excuses to make your friends feel that you’re always there with them holding each other’s hand through thick and thin.

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