26th of NovemberEdit
The first day of celebration. Citizens hang decorations depicting Tommy and traditional green and red flags. The First Feast is held on this day, a traditional grape-centric feast that signifies the beginning of Blis Week. Many citizens choose to use quartz related dishes such as quartz platters and goblets. The president will usually make a public broadcast of the First Feast with political figures and family from his home in Wiseau Hills.
27th of NovemberEdit
The second day of Blis Week is a day of rest and preparation for Blis Day. Many choose to spend this day with family and friends
28th of NovemberEdit
Many schools and theaters hold a pageant that celebrates Tommy and Blislander history.
29th of NovemberEdit
This day is known as Friendship Day, and celebrates the rich indigenous history of Blisland. The day also is used to celebrate the uniting of Blislands tribes and foreign concessions. The day concludes with a broadcast of traditional indigenous stories told on television.
30th of NovemberEdit
This day is usually spent learning about Tommy and celebrating Blislander history.
1st of DecemberEdit
On the second last day of Blis Week, many people choose to exchange small gifts with their immediate family. A traditional dinner is served with a grape dessert.
The most important day on the Blisland calender. The day begins with a broadcast of the nations national anthem, and raising of the flag at the capital. The day is always spent with family and friends and includes a special lunch with wine and grape soda. Although not widely practiced anymore, many people burn grape vines as a symbol of starting a new year and symbolising the bloody history of Blisland. At high noon, people will arrive at Space Junction to begin the final celebration. People will usually dress in their best clothing, adorned with red and green garments. As the sun goes down, the president makes a live speech honoring Tommy and the year. When the speech is complete, the first round of fireworks are ignited to begin the night. Many musical acts and comedians perform and speeches by important political figures. At midnight, red and green fireworks are launched and Tommy himself makes an appearance. Tommy's appearance is a highly anticipated event. Tommy will usually make his appearance by doing a backflip onto the stage and occasionally stage dive into the crowd. Tommy will conclude the night and allow the people to remain until sunrise, when the national anthem is sung and performed by the Blisland Philharmonic.
Controversy and notable eventsEdit
Blis Week is often criticised as being too nationalistic. Tommy has responded by saying "2 fkin bad m8, ill reck u cunt". The criticism was immediately dropped. Tommy himself as been a figure of controversy, notably for firing a live weapon into the crowd, killing 26 people and 13 children.