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Nov 11, 2019

[Answer] Which of these days is referred to as “hump day”?

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...You’ve probably seen it all over Twitter and Facebook, or overhead your co-workers say it. Hump day is an idiom that means Wednesday. The term hump day first appeared in the United States in the 1960s. It alludes to the fact that Wednesday is the middle of the work week, meaning that one has made it "over the hump" towards the weekend. The mid-week day can be associated with a lack of ambition or motivation, but once getting past the ‘hump’ of Wednesday, you’re on the easy journey to the weekend, so it’s no wonder people get excited.




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Wednesday:


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