And the fact that Buy Nothing Day falls more or less four weeks before Christmas gives us all a chance to have a really good laugh at consumerism and how absurd it's become.
What does BND stand for?
BND stands for Buy Nothing Day (day after Thanksgiving)
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We have 41 other meanings of BND in our Acronym Attic
- Bismarck, North Dakota
- Blazin' N' Drinkin' (Counter-Strike gaming clan)
- Bossuet Notre-Dame (French school)
- Boys Next Door
- Brunei Dollar (ISO currency code)
- Builds and Deliveries
- Bundesnachrichtendienst (German Intelligence Agency)
- Bundesnachrichtendienst (West German Intelligence Agency)
- Business Needs Document
- Bahamas National Drug Agency (est. 1994)
- Banque Nationale pour le Développement Agricole (French: National Bank for Agricultural Development)
- Bulgarian National Debate Association
- Banque Nationale du Canada (French: National Bank of Canada)
- Bi-Simulation-Based Non-Deducibility on Compositions
- Brevard Neighborhood Development Coalition (Melbourne, FL)
- British National Drug Companion (resource; UK)
- British Nuclear Design Company
- Bangor and North Down Camera Club (Northern Ireland)
- Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs (predecessor of the DEA)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Shunning the pre-Christmas consumer drive is nothing new, as social activists known as The Adbusters, established Buy Nothing Day 20 years ago, reported RT.
TO MAKE the tenth Buy Nothing Day in Birmingham the biggest ever, Friends of the Earth have invited members of environmental groups to parade through the city's streets on Saturday dressed as Santa.
Since the 1990s, Adbusters magazine and others have waged a guerrilla campaign to change Black Friday into Buy Nothing Day.
Shawn, a former University of Oregon student, said he's been participating in local Buy Nothing Day events for the past five years.
Christmas has become the most commercial holiday of the year, with the British public spending more than pounds 17 billion on presents, food and decorations, but today is National Buy Nothing Day and we're being encouraged to put our money away for 24 hours.
She will also be very well prepared for today's Buy Nothing Day (BND), a global protest event now in its 15th year.
Obviously just getting the hang of the Glasgow accent TODAY is Buy Nothing Day,an anti-consumerism campaign where people are urged to leave their purses and wallets at home and resist the temptation to splash the cash.