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dontcry commented on the word wednesday
Mr dontcry wanted me not to forget Beerday -- with an honorable mention to "o'beer-thirty."I took a little fake umbrage to that. Then I forgave him and we took a spin with Toonces.
April 25, 2009
Prolagus commented on the word wednesday
Don't forget whateverday.
No, no, no, no, no. That's wrong. Tuesday should have waaay more listings than Monday. Why, Sunday and Monday are totally at the bottom of the IWWH,Ev. It's a toss-up as to which one is less interesting.However, the today, yesterday and tomorrow IWWH,Ev is correct. Tomorrow is slightly more interesting than today and both are way more interesting than yesterday. The only question that remains is where do, the day before yesterday and the day after tomorrow fit in. Hmmm???
gangerh commented on the word wednesday
That can't be right, 'by - today is 11, yesterday is 7, and tomorrow is 16. And so forth.
bilby commented on the word wednesday
Ok, the count in terms of listings is:Monday 9Tuesday 8Wednesday 23Thursday 8Friday 9Saturday 7Sunday 7
Most, second, forth. What comes thirred?
I take fake umbrage at your hard line of questioning about my perfectly appropriate and self-explanatory usage of "so forth" in the Interesting Week Words Hierarchy, English version (IWWH Ev). Sheesh!
What's "so forth" in a sequence starting with Wednesday and continuing with Tuesday?
I think it's because Wednesday is the most interesting day, as a word. Tuesday is the second most interesting one, and so forth.
It's because it's the day with the longest name.
April 24, 2009
mollusque commented on the word wednesday
Wordies list "Wednesday" more than other days.Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
Of course he got one. Every person who finds some money lying on the ground says 'Hey, today's my Loki day.'
November 22, 2008
dimã©lion commented on the word wednesday
good question. maybe because he's basically malevolent?
sionnach commented on the word wednesday
Why doesn't Loki get a day?
"You can't be happy with a woman who pronounces both d's in Wednesday." - Peter de Vries
February 1, 2008