it’s monday

So I saw a quote, and it was taking about life shutting and opening doors. I have a theory, maybe the reason why Monday sucks is because the events of past weekends are now gone, and it’s back to the real world. It’s back to the problems of life. Maybe you may still have problems throughout the weekend, but I think Monday just magnifies them in your mind. Because you’re back to reality, you’re back to having to think about things. You have to return to being structured. Not necessarily even a pristine structured, it’s just the fact that you’re back in the real world. You either have school, college, work, or heck, bingo to go back to after the weekend– you go back to your normal routine. What I think changes our lives, and shapes the future so much though is what happens on the weekends, or our times of copious amounts of free time. We do things and things happen, that change the day to day weekly life. For instance, if you go on a date on a Fri. Sat. Sun., you’re most likely having new thoughts about that person, or what to do about the fact that maybe they were a bad kisser but they still suggested (god forbid) another date, and you want to turn them down nicely. On weekends you see your friends, may get drunk and do some embarrassing things, or say that something that you shouldn’t have. Those could following you into next week when you possibly see your co-worker after an embarrassing kiss, or you’re best friend now hates you because you were too honest with her while you were intoxicated. I just think that we possibly loose our inhibitions a little bit and then Monday is the day that it catches up with us.

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