Good Grief Day – “Good Grief!” is a phrase often used by Charlie Brown, the main character from Charles Schulz’s comic strip, Peanuts. #GoodGriefDay
Good Grief Day
This day is held annually on November 26. This day was picked because the creator of the Peanut Gang was born on this day in 1922. Shultz passed away in 2000. If he was still alive in 2019, he would have turned 97. So in 3 years, 2022, he would have turned 100!
From Halloween, Thanksgiving and CHRISTmas time, the Peanut Gang gets a lot of attention with those holiday specials airing on TV. So right in the middle of all that is Shultz Birthday and Good Grief Day. So go and enjoy your favorite Peanut show and watch Charlie Brown. You can learn a lot about from Charlie Brown and the gang.
You can see where equality in race and gender came to play in the Peanut gang.For example the use of Franklin in shows (on race) and Peppermint Paddy (on gender). Today, people want to take it out of how it was originally was set up. I say Good Grief! to that. *In a Charlie Brown tone.
Peanuts and Snoopy Gang are my wife’s favorite cartoon characters.
Charlie Brown Comic respectfully belongs to Charles Shultz.
First published November 26, 2018. Last updated or republished November 21, 2019.