Which day do you dislike the most?

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  1. Sunshine625 profile image88
    Sunshine625posted 11 years ago

    Which day do you dislike the most?

  2. TToombs08 profile image79
    TToombs08posted 11 years ago

    Thursday; because it seems to drag on and on before you can get to Friday. And Friday is the gateway to the weekend.

  3. DDE profile image47
    DDEposted 11 years ago

    I don't  dislike any day but like Fridays the most

  4. 34th Bomb Group profile image60
    34th Bomb Groupposted 11 years ago

    Any Sunday we're "blacked out." Not that they'll win, but it's nice to have hope for a quarter or two.

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    JThomp42posted 11 years ago

    For some reason since childhood it has been Sunday? I think the reason being is the weekend is coming to an end and you are right back to the grind in just a few hours on Monday.

    1. 34th Bomb Group profile image60
      34th Bomb Groupposted 11 years agoin reply to this

      I agree with you - hadn't thought of that. Saturday was the best day - we could stay up late then sleep-in on Sunday.

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      JThomp42posted 11 years agoin reply to this


  6. kat_thurston profile image60
    kat_thurstonposted 11 years ago

    There's not really a day that I like better than the other. I find each day I wake up and can spend with my family and try an make a difference to someone is a blessing. Now there are of course seasons I dont care for such winter because the area I live in it can be bitterly cold and icey at times.

  7. Georgie Lowery profile image92
    Georgie Loweryposted 11 years ago

    I'm no longer part of the workforce, so I really don't dislike any of them - especially now that SpongeBob SquarePants comes on daily! My favorite day is Sunday because... NASCAR! smile

  8. mick500 profile image59
    mick500posted 11 years ago

    I have to go with Tuesday.  Monday can sometimes be easy when you spend half the day sharing your weekend stories with friends and/or co-workers.  (Everyone does that......right?).

  9. fpherj48 profile image60
    fpherj48posted 11 years ago

    I'd have to say, "Monday."   Although I like the idea of new "beginnings," and Monday can signify the start of a brand new week, it brings it's own "rain," so to speak.
    On the personal side:
    Our well-intentioned plans are often dashed, or unforeseen issues pop up that we might interpret as "obstacles and interruptions," making us feel pressured in terms of lost time spent on our intentions. Bottom line being, we think, "Off to a bad start!"
    On the Business side:
    Bright and early Monday morning, the calls begin to come in non-stop, from current clients, new clients, and business associates.  It's the day to tie up the loose ends from the previous week while attempting to create the new week agenda.  Just a lot of spinning in circles, throughout the day, until you're firmly back into the pace of the old grindstone.   
    In my particular case, Monday would be the day I dislike the most.  However, I am always working on changing negatives into positives.  I'm hopeful I'll get these Mondays under control!!    Which is your least favorite day, Sunshine??

    1. Sunshine625 profile image88
      Sunshine625posted 11 years agoin reply to this

      I don't have a least favorite. I like them all. I was curious as to what others thought of specific days. I'm liking the Sunday one the most. I guess I'm going with Sunday. Thanks for asking My Effer! smile

  10. GiblinGirl profile image74
    GiblinGirlposted 11 years ago

    I'd have to agree with some of the other hubbers that Sunday kind of stinks since it's the end of the weekend. I always hate going to bed on Sunday knowing it's back to the grind the next morning.

  11. rfmoran profile image72
    rfmoranposted 11 years ago

    I'll have to go with Monday. It's a childhood remnant - The fun and freedom of the weekend are gone and it's back to school or work. Dumb, isn't it. Once Monday gets rolling I get excited about my projects.

  12. duffsmom profile image60
    duffsmomposted 11 years ago

    Sundays.  I still remember how I felt as a kid knowing the school week was starting the next day. I hated school and dreaded each and every day when I was in elementary school.  Sunday nights just seemed sort of haunted and sad, watching The Disney Hour. 

    So those feelings still sort of hang on and I really don't like Sundays.  But now that I am older, I love Mondays because the week is fresh and I can get back to my regular routine.

  13. Trinity M profile image83
    Trinity Mposted 11 years ago

    The joy of working at home with my husband and homeschooling my son means that I don’t dislike ANY day! When I was working I hated all days between Monday and Friday (lol)

  14. Rosemay50 profile image60
    Rosemay50posted 11 years ago

    I don't really dislike any day. But if I had to choose one it would be Friday. The end of the week seems to come around so quickly and it is a reminder of how quickly time and life is passing.

  15. jpcmc profile image88
    jpcmcposted 11 years ago

    Mondays - I have to leave my daughter after the weekend.  I still have separation anxiety.  smile

  16. rcrumple profile image79
    rcrumpleposted 11 years ago

    I'm a night person, so the days really don't matter much.  I usually hit the hay mid morning and sleep through the heat.  I also don't have to deal with traffic that way.  Out of all the days of the week, I'd have to say Monday.  That's when I know I'm going to have to start sitting through another weeks TV offerings of The Voice, Dancing With The Stars, or America's Got Talent because of my addicted wife.  lol

  17. MelChi profile image76
    MelChiposted 11 years ago

    I've never really been a fan of Tuesday. In my experience at an office job, this is the day that most people choose to call in and complain or scream and shout. They let Monday slide because they have their own things to do, but once Tuesday comes around,  then you know it's going to be a fun day! Luckily, I don't have to deal with that anymore. For me, every day is good, I can't choose a bad one. I like Choose Day or rather Tuesday smile

  18. melbelle profile image61
    melbelleposted 11 years ago

    Mondays is the worse day for me.  I know I can't write and read as much Monday through Friday.  Since Monday is the beginning of the week, I know I have 5 days before I can focus on my hobbies.

  19. unitify profile image70
    unitifyposted 11 years ago

    Tuesday.  Just seems to drag. Nothing new happens on Tuesday and it's four days from Friday.

  20. teaches12345 profile image78
    teaches12345posted 11 years ago

    I am with those who like every day, but prefer Friday best.  It ends the week and heads into the weekend.

    1. unitify profile image70
      unitifyposted 11 years agoin reply to this

      I choose your as the best answer.  So optimistic

  21. SidKemp profile image86
    SidKempposted 11 years ago

    Why would I dislike a day? What has any day ever done to me?

    I love Monday because I share a wonderful meditation with my group every Monday night.
    I love Tuesday because I get my work week rolling.
    I love Wednesday because I flow steadily and get a lot done.
    I love Thursday because I take time to heal.
    I love Friday because I wrap things up and get things  done - like publishing hubs.
    I love Saturday because it is my personal and private day for rest, meditation, and spirit.
    I love Sunday because I devote myself to the Lord, to the Divine.

    I used to hate every day. But that was before I took a day of rest and renewal and a day of spiritual devotion every week. A Sabbath makes every day holy and wonderful!

    1. Sunshine625 profile image88
      Sunshine625posted 11 years agoin reply to this

      Fabulous answer!!!


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