Sunday, February 15, 2009

for n ...

i never understood why garfield hated mondays. it was so obscure to me. growing up in a muslim country, monday was the second day of the school week, and i was continually confused by the fat cat's despisal of that day. why on earth would he hate mondays? i mean, why not tuesdays or wednesdays for that matter? for me, sunday was the first day of the week and i hated it cuz it came after the week-end. and it took yeeears before i got garfield's gripe.

6 comments:

M said...

z is the same i remember!

Yana said...

I don't like Mondays in Montreal because I stay at home ALL weekend, which I love, and Mondays are the first time I see the city again. On Mondays I get to see everything I missed out on over the weekend all condensed into the splotchy vomit-covered sidewalks of the city--especially around Sherbrooke near and throughout the McGill campus/ghetto, for obvious reasons. These remnants of a weekend well-wasted always make me feel sorry for the people whose job it is to clean the streets, and they remind me of the sloppy people who left behind their Friday and Saturday night dinners on les trottoires.

M said...

gosh you're so bitter yana :( tell you what, im going to go around on the week-end and round up all the rowdys in a big container truck and take them down to the port and toss them over, to ensure peace and good times for you:)

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