International Yada Yada Yada Day is coming up on July 23, 2022! What does this mean for you? Basically, it’s a day to celebrate all the little things that make life special. Whether it’s your best friend, your favorite food, or the way you laugh when you’re with friends, take a moment to appreciate all of the little things in life. So why not celebrate International Yada Yada Yada Day on July 23, 2022?
What is International Yada Yada Yada Day?
While “Seinfeld” is what made the phrase very popular, it’s not clear how ‘yada yada yada’ originated. Many believe it originated with the 1950s ‘yackety-yack,’ which is slang for aimless, pointless talk that goes on and on. Others say it’s a variation of phrases used in pre-1940s vaudeville, such as ‘yaddega-yaddega-yaddega’ and ‘yatata-yatata-yatata,’ and it could be even older since ‘blah-blah-blah’ can be traced back to the 1910s, and ‘yack,’ to before 1900.
INTERNATIONAL YADA YADA YADA DAY DATES
In April 2015, Michael W. Casby noted there was a Blah, Blah, Blah Day. He then declared July 23rd as Yada, Yada, Yada Day.
If you’re big on “Seinfeld,” you’ve probably seen at least one episode of this. It’s very self-explanatory, Jerry Seinfeld drives around in a fancy car he borrowed and visits a different coffee shop with a guest he chats with. This, however, is a six-minute parody in which he and Jason Alexander play their “Seinfeld” characters and has a little surprise at the end.
International Yada Yada Yada Day marks an important day in the history of the internet. The phrase — which can mean ‘so on and so forth’ or ‘blah, blah, blah’ — was popularized by an episode of the popular American sitcom “Seinfeld.” “The Yada Yada” was the 19th episode of the eighth season and the 153rd episode.