Have you ever thought about the true meaning of the names of the days of the week? Yeah, you could go through that whole process of determining the root and origin of the word and get the meaning that way! But, it probably won’t tell you what the true original thought process was behind why each day starts with a specific letter or two! I have cracked that code!!! Here is why Monday starts with an “M” and so on…..
M = Monday: The “M” in Monday stands for Moaning about having to get out of bed and start a new work week!
T = Tuesday: The “T” in Tuesday stands for Talking about what your plans are for the weekend!
W = Wednesday: The “W” in Wednesday stands for Wondering if you’ll make it over the hump to the weekend!
Th = Thursday: The “Th” in Thursday stands for Thinking about the weekend!
F = Friday: The “F” in Friday stands for Finally knowing the weekend is about to start!
Sa = Saturday: The “Sa” in Saturday stands for Sleep in at least an extra hour or two!
Su = Sunday: The “Su” in Sunday stands for Sleep in an unlimited amount of time!
So, there you have it — the ancient word creators knew exactly what they were doing when they came up with the names of the days of the week!