Doesn’t Have That Friday Feeling

, , , , , , | Romantic | September 7, 2017

(It’s Friday, a workday in the USA. I make my wife and myself breakfast every day, typically eggs and toast.)

Me: “I have to go, I’m late.”

Wife: “Late for what?”

Me: “I still go to the 10:00 meeting. I’m late for work.”

Wife: “What?”

Me: “I work today. It’s Friday. I work on Fridays. It’s America.”

Wife: “It’s Friday?”

Me: “Yes; do you feel like it’s Saturday?”

Wife: “You served me breakfast in bed.”

Me: “But if it’s Saturday, how come you didn’t get your egg poached with salmon and capers and cheese?”

Wife: “I’m going to check.”

Me: “How come we didn’t watch Saturday morning breakfast cartoons?”

Wife: “It’s really Friday!”

Me: “You must have thought your Saturday morning really sucked.”

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  • Ize

    My husband works nights. So I try to wake up when he gets home make him dinner then go back to bed lol

  • AussieEevee

    Saturday isn’t a work day in the us?

    • Gnoman

      Not for most people. The “standard” work week is Monday through Friday.

      Naturally, this flies out the window for anybody working in customer service, as people insist on shopping and going out on their days off for some reason.

  • Cynthia Dalrymple

    So is it only me who feels like describing that breakfast in bed is a humblebrag