Guinness World Records has also recognized the aversion to Monday, naming it the “worst day of the week.” This means you can officially blame your grumpiness on Monday. Many people are nervous about Monday. After a stress-free weekend off from work, the first day of the week puts everyone back to work. There are numerous jokes about going to work on Monday, with social media users complaining about how slow and boring the day is.
“We’re officially giving Monday the record for worst day of the week,” Guinness World Records tweeted yesterday, and Twitter is finally feeling seen, with one user commenting, “Took you long enough.” “IKR,” Guinness World Records responded, while popular YouTuber MrBeast tweeted, “What about Wednesday? It sounds weird.” Guinness World Records responded, “Three syllables is too many.”
we’re officially giving monday the record of the worst day of the week
— Guinness World Records (@GWR) October 17, 2022
Many influencers and celebrities continue to post content in order to alleviate their followers’ ‘Monday Blues.’ Among them is industrialist Anand Mahindra, who counsels his followers on life goals.
So how can we make it better?
We need actions!
Probably cancel it? https://t.co/ryYFZn5BB3
— Dee (@renua_lydia) October 17, 2022
It was known as The Guinness Book of Records from its inception until 1999. The record book is published annually and includes both human achievements and natural world extremes.
The Guinness Book of Records, now known as the Guinness World Records, has sold over 143 million copies, has been published in over 100 countries, and is available in at least 22 languages. In 1955, the annual book was first published on August 27. Sir Hugh Beaver, who went on a hunting trip with his comrades in November 1951, was the inspiration for the book. He attempted but failed to shoot a golden plover. Following the failure, Beaver and his friends began debating whether the golden plover is Europe’s fastest game bird.