I feel exactly the same.
I think it's got lots to do with our modern/western 5 day work week establishment (which most people are 'slaves' to). And how we divide work and
play or 'me time'.
This is how I see it, we go on working for The Man for 5 straight days 9 to 5, and finally Friday comes and we are like children, can't wait for the
play time after school, so we spend friday night trying to forget the hassle, trying to loosen up and just be ourselves.
Some take to socialising with friends/ drinking/ partying/ clubbing as a solution to that.
Saturday comes and we think well that was fun, what else can I do today/tonight?
Maybe a bit more boozing and who knows some more 'letting go' of stress. Why not?
Then Sunday knocks, and well, all we can feel is Monday looming. So what happens is a lot of us really let go, as in @#¢• it, I'll just do what I
Depending on how you see it:
Like a death row inmate seeing the end is near and just having their last little pleasure.
That leads to people hibernating all day, (it might have something to do with the amount of alcohol ingested previously). Or laying in your comfy warm
bed watching movies, or eating that bucket of ice cream, or ordering from the local chinese take away, or what the hell might as well finish that
wine/ beer/ whiskey.
Or some take it as a blessing and really get on with stuff they enjoy doing like hobbies.
This post has made me search for sunday proverbs, go figure.
My favorite: He who is not drunk on a Sunday is not worth a greeting on Monday