Pandemonium Day takes place on July 14, 2020. It does not really matter what people do on Pandemonium Day because this is a day of chaos, terror and disorder. The word pandemonium is Greek and it stands for the capital of hell. All demons are considered to live there. This imagination goes back to the black-verse epic poem "Paradise Lost" by John Milton, a blind 17th century author.
On Pandemonium Day people should accept that chaos is a part of life and they can never eliminate it completely. But of course there are many ways to fight chaos in everyday live: files, post-its, shelves, to-do-lists, boxes and recorded rules of living together help us to keep track of the chaos, not only on Pandemonium Day.