14: November 25th
So there aren't very many births on November 25th, it probably is too close to Thanksgiving and doctors don't want to be delivering babies! It apparently wasn't a problem for former President George W. Bush, as his wife had fraternal twins on this day!
13: December 23
The song goes "Santa Claus is coming..." not a baby!
12: October 31
Having a birthday on Halloween makes planning your party easy: It's going to be a costume party!
11: January 3rd
January 3rd babies are a tough crowd, but at least there isn't a lot of them. This could be because their birthday coincides with the censorship and seizure of John Lennon and Yoko Ono's album "Two Virgins" for nudity, but it could also be because they're still mad that Mussolini took over Italy on their birthday. Whatever the reason, it is recommended to give January 3rd-lings many gifts, and a huge cake to help them get past these difficult memories.
10: November 26th
An occasional host to Thanksgiving festivities in the US, November 26th is also known as the day that one of the greatest archeological discoveries of all time occurred: the opening of King Tut's tomb. Rather than dwell on the untimely deaths of those that entered, let us take a page from the book of its discoverer, Howard Carter, in wishing those of the 26th a magical day in which "wonderful things" may happen.
9: November 27th
Apart from hosting the 2014 Eating Olympics, otherwise known as Thanksgiving, those born on November 27th can also say that they share a birthday with the first Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. November 27th-ers can also be proud to share a birthday with the creation of the Nobel Peace Prize and the first time baseball was referred to as "The National Game."
8: November 28th
Yup, the string of unpopular Thanksgiving-adjacent birthdays just continues. I guess people just aren't in a romantic mood towards the end of February, which would explain this lack of late-November babies. I'm sure we could fix this issue but moving Valentine's Day back a couple of weeks. At least you get to share your special day with Trey Songz!
7: December 26th
What's great about being born on the same day that the Donner Party resorted to cannibalism? Everything! While everyone else is stuck with those boring gifts they got yesterday, you've got even more coming! Just don't let anyone try to do those two-for-one Christmas and birthday combination gifts!
6: July 4th
Even if you don't like the movie, being born on the 4th of July gives you the sacred right to light firecrackers until the sun comes up, and then a little longer if the cops don't come. The proud few of the 4th also share a birthday with the daughter of our president elect, Malia Obama, and, as a bonus, can play the Independence Day card when they turn 18.
5: January 2nd
People born on January 2nd are allowed an exclusive extension to their holiday season which may or may not be endorsed by their employer. January 2nd-ers are also among the few who can claim their birthday sucks and mean it as a good thing, because January 2nd is also the official birthday of the drinking straw.
4: December 24th
Christmas Eve babies enjoy getting to go home early on their birthdays, and typically get the next day off as well. That's enough to make this birthday special, but they also get presents two days in a row, something exclusive to day-before and day-after-holiday babies. And Directioners rejoice, for this is also the birthday of Louis Tomlinson.
3: January 1st
Hope you can rally, because you'll definitely be dealing with a hangover on your birthday. New Year's babies not only get to start the Gregorian calendar, but can also revel in the fact that they share a birthday with Verne Troyer, who played "Mini-Me" in Austin Powers. If that's not bragging rights, I don't know what is.
2: December 25th
Though we know of at least one famed baby said to have been born on this day, it is nonetheless a rare occurrence. Christmas babies get double presents and abounding holiday spirit, but not everything about being born on December 25th is wonderful. Christmas babies are forced to combine two holidays, which leaves them with one less celebration than the rest of us every year: all the more reason to make sure that these rare people get at least two holidays worth of fun.
1: February 29th
The rarest birthday of them all because it only occurs once every four years. This makes it the 366th ranked day in cumulative births. Those born on this day literally don't age like the rest of us, but that's no reason to short them on presents.