Tuesday, March 11, 2014

To Be, or Not to Be, a Terrible Tuesday–That’s Today’s Question

Good Day World!

Today our topic is Tuesday.

Like Monday, some people hate Tuesdays, and some people love them.

Take this fellow. He can’t stand them:

“I hate Tuesdays. They are my least favorite day of the week.
A lot of people hate Mondays more than Tuesdays, but I disagree.  Mondays are actually sort of special. You officially and finally conclude your weekend and prepare for another workweek.  You pick up where you left off after a two day reprieve.  Sometimes Mondays are shitty, but they only end up that way.

They don't start out that way. At least you don't wake up on a Monday and say, "This is a shitty day."  You usually make that assessment sometime after you get into your day.
Tuesdays, on the other hand, are loaded with all the crap you couldn't get done on Monday.

Tuesdays have Monday's problems tied to them and probably kept you fitfully awake the previous night, lowering your resistance to the stressful onslaught of this week's work crap.  Tuesdays start out shitty, right from the moment you open your eyes if you got any sleep at all.

Tuesdays have no distinction.  They are not the beginning, the middle or the end of the week. They are a crappy day, a blue day, and one we could do without. Tuesdays are so blue, in fact, that they are the only day of the week that I wear Aqua Velva aftershave (which is colored blue if you don't get it, unlike Mennen Skin Bracer and most other aftershave lotions that are green).

It's my symbolic way of recognizing Tuesday is going to be a shitty, blue day; one with which I want to get on and get over.” (read the rest here)

Now let’s look at the positive side of Tuesdays:

Here’s a blog called One Love Tuesdays that I think you’ll find real interesting. Remember, it’s always up to us what kind of day we’re going to have. It’s about perception.

Time for me to walk on down the road…


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