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When you're having a "case of the Mooooondays," what cheers you up?

Asked by Knotmyday (7511points) May 11th, 2009

For me, sometimes it’s reading silly stories like the following:
What form of therapeutic release works for the collective?

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GoPhillies's avatar

To be honest I dig my feet in and work as hard as I can. While enjoying a cup of coffee. :)

Jude's avatar

Here I am looking out my classroom window and seeing the gorgeous sunshine. <Le sigh>. If I get a chance to get outside on a day like today, I do it. Warm sunlight does a body good.

asmonet's avatar

I’d be a lot better off today if I knew.

mcbealer's avatar

• brew some seriously strong coffee

• wear bright colors

• start a Monday night tradition to help you get through the day (movie night, spa night, etc.)

I seriously used to hate Mondays. Sometimes, the thought of how it was around the corner basically would be enough to ruin my Sunday evenings.

Another thing I found helpful was to leave everything ready the night before, that way I could stay up late on Sunday night and not have to scramble Monday morning getting ready.

I no longer have a traditional work schedule, so the evilness I previously associated with Mondays is gone. The bad part is, I’m never quite sure what day it is :)

DragonFace's avatar

I sit and gun down zombies on Left 4 Dead or watch something funny.

El_Cadejo's avatar

I believe you’d get your ass kicked sayin’ something like that, man.

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The_Compassionate_Heretic's avatar

Think of how much worse things could be.
By a mere twist of fate you were born in or were able to move to an industrialized country with a high quality of life that affords us the luxury of complaining about having to work.

Knotmyday's avatar

Or conversely, you can dream about kicking people who offer unhelpful platitudes squarely in their ineffective dicks. Hey, thanks! I feel better already!

gailcalled's avatar

@Knot:Or have Drake write to Milo. They can bitch and moan about us. Or does Drake know how to write in cursive?

Knotmyday's avatar

Drake is an all-caps, italic-print guy. Straightforward, long walks, head-out-the-window, rare steaks etc. He’d welcome a note from Milo, as the warmer weather means more “inside time,” i.e. less fun.

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