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    Hurrah, it's Monday!

    Feel sorry for Mondays, always getting slagged off. I love Mondays.

    What about this Monday is making you happy?

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    Well, I've got the day off work. That's about it
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    Anyway, you would love Mondays, you don't work a 9 to 5 job!
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    Not a big fan of Mondays myself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by whatmeworry View Post
    Anyway, you would love Mondays, you don't work a 9 to 5 job!
    I love Sundays too, when I get up with the lark while everyone else is snoozing

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    Quote Originally Posted by crownpuller View Post
    Children have gone back to school
    Mine hasn't
    *milks it*
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    Quote Originally Posted by Der Amf View Post
    I love Sundays too, when I get up with the lark while everyone else is snoozing
    Yeah, I love being up when no one is around.
    Sometimes I go to the 8 o'clock service on a Sunday morning and it's great being up when the world is quiet. A bit like the feeling of walking home in the morning after being out all night but more virtuous.
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    Mondays are fine: when I was a nine-to-fiver (which was actually 7-to-6:30er) it was always Tuesdays that felt like the longest days. Mondays still carried about them the haze of weekend past. Tuesdays were the cold hard reality of the week settled in.

    Now, every day has the potential to be the best day of the week. I got my first Canadian round of golf in for the season yesterday, #2 might come today...
    It is now my duty to completely drain you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CanadianStraps View Post
    Mondays are fine: when I was a nine-to-fiver (which was actually 7-to-6:30er) it was always Tuesdays that felt like the longest days. Mondays still carried about them the haze of weekend past. Tuesdays were the cold hard reality of the week settled in.

    Now, every day has the potential to be the best day of the week. I got my first Canadian round of golf in for the season yesterday, #2 might come today...
    Tuesdays are absolutely the worst day of the week.

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