Guinness World Records passionately declared Monday the worst day of the week. The main reason people find Mondays so tricky is that they come after two days of freedom and fun. So even though the weekend is busy, there is still time to relax. However, in addition, there are many reasons why people dislike Mondays.
In general, people dislike Mondays because they follow two days of fun and personal time. However, for the most part, whether single or have family responsibilities, the weekend is still a chore like cleaning, shopping, fixing, and shopping.
Well, we efficiently are not the only ones fed up with Mondays sitting at our desks and with tired faces on the first day of the week. Whether professional or student, the absolute dissolution of what Monday brings is known to everyone, especially after the weekends.
However, Guinness World Records feels the same way. So agreeing with most people, GWR officially declared Monday the "worst day of the week," and the internet has gone crazy about it.
People could easily follow this record ad and visible comments started pouring in within minutes of their tweet. Some Twitter users felt that Guinness World Records promptly took enough time to announce or state that day as the most unpleasant day of the week, and one user also said that Monday deserves the title.
Up till now, the post has been liked and retweeted several times. Most people agreed with the official post, and some also confirmed that Monday should be typically ranked as the worst day of the week.
Guinness World Records has sold more than 143 million copies, is ideally located in 100 countries, and is published in at least 22 languages. August 27 marks the specific date, and the annual book was first published in 1955.
The creative inspiration behind the published book can be traced back to noble Sir Hugh Beaver, who, in November 1951, went hunting with teammates. He tried shooting a golden orb but missed. After the defeat, Beaver and his friends began discussing whether the golden bird was the fastest game in Europe.
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