June 10 through June 19 are all palindrome days. That's when the day's date can be read the same way backwards and forwards.

I guess you could say it's the equivalent of "Bob" - it reads the same way frontwards and backwards.

In 2016, there are 10 consecutive palindrome days for people who write their dates in the month/day/two-digit year format:

6-10-16

6-11-16

6-12-16

6-13-16

6-14-16

6-15-16

6-16-16

6-17-16

6-18-16

6-19-16

Actually, palindrome dates aren't that rare. In 2011 the dates fell during the month of January, and in 2012 in February.

Next year, Palindrome Week will take place in July. In 2018 in August, and in 2019 September.

(Source: Omaha.com)