National Dick Sucking Day

Happy woman giving a thumbs up, holding a vacuum cleaner, dressed in 1950s housewife fashion, retro kitchen setting.
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Hey there, cheeky chappies! We've stumbled upon quite an eccentric - shall we say - celebration, the National Vacuum Cleaner Appreciation Day! At first, it might seem like a playful misspell, but believe us, it's as real as it gets. So, buckle up and get ready to hear a tale about everyone's favorite household helper on its day of fame.

When is Dick Sucking Day?

It's national dick sucking day on the 24th June.

A Quick History

Here's a question that's bound to have popped into your mind, when and how exactly did we start showing appreciation for vacuum cleaners... on a national scale? Well, it seems internet users out there decided to pay tribute to the dust-fighting hero of the common households. Based on the data we have, this unofficial national day has been mentioned over 9,555 times online, peaking on June 24, 2020. Your guess is as good as ours to what led to this sudden surge in vacuum cleaners admiration, but hey, who are we to judge.

Viva la Vacuum Cleaner!

This might just take the (dust)biscuit for being one of the quirkiest national days we've encountered! But it's really not as strange as it might seem on the surface. Vacuum cleaners are essential parts of our lives that take all the dirt (literally) but rarely get the credit they deserve. So, why not have a day to appreciate this tireless and humble help of ours? It could also be a reminder to pour some care into these machines – clean them, service them, maybe even put a shiny bow on them. After all, they’ve been around so long they kind of become part of the family!

How to Celebrate

Now that's a good question. How does one celebrate National Vacuum Cleaner Appreciation Day? Maybe start with a bit of spring cleaning, bust out the old vacuum cleaner and show it some love. You could organize a neighborhood cleaning spree (socially distanced, of course!) or maybe even try to organize an online tribute to toast to these unsung heroes of domestic life.

History behind the term 'Dick Sucking'


Origins in the English Language

The term 'dick sucking' originates in the English language, specifically during the early 17th century. The word 'dick' was a colloquialism used to refer to the male genitalia, while 'sucking' referred to the act of orally stimulating that body part. The term began to be used as a somewhat crude slang expression during this time.


Emergence in American Jazz Culture

During the 1920s, the term 'dick sucking' gained prominence in American jazz culture. Jazz, with its improvisational and expressive nature, often pushed societal boundaries. The slang term became associated with the underground subculture of jazz clubs, where musicians and audiences embraced a more liberated and provocative language. It became a way to describe oral sex in a less formal and more taboo manner.


Integration into Mainstream Pop Culture

In the 1970s, the term 'dick sucking' gradually found its way into mainstream pop culture. It appeared in movies, music, and literature as a reflection of society's changing attitudes toward sexuality and the gradual shift towards more open discussions. This period marked a greater acceptance and exploration of sexual topics, leading to the integration of once-taboo terms into a broader cultural lexicon.

Internet Era

Digital Age and Online Communities

With the advent of the Internet and the rise of online communities in the late 20th century, the term 'dick sucking' extended its reach. Homosexual and heterosexual subcultures adopted the term to describe a specific sexual act. The anonymity and freedom of expression provided by the internet allowed the term to gain significant traction in various online forums, discussions, and adult content platforms.

Present Day

Evolution of Language and Cultural Attitudes

In recent years, discussions about sexual expression, consent, and respect have had a powerful influence on cultural attitudes. Terms like 'dick sucking' increasingly face scrutiny due to their potential to perpetuate stereotypes and objectification. While the term's origins and historical context are important to recognize, it is crucial to approach it with sensitivity and an understanding of evolving societal norms.

Did you know?

Did you know the term 'vacuum cleaner' is slightly misleading? These beauties actually create a partial vacuum to suck up the dirt. So, there's a little bonus knowledge for you to share at your next vacuum appreciating gathering!


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First identified

12th April 2018

Most mentioned on

24th June 2020

Total mentions


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