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Archive for the ‘Red Mondays’ category

Red Monday Traffic

July 23rd, 2012

Red Annual Monday

July 16th, 2012

Red suggests: “I think there should be an annual Monday retreat or something. You know, where a group of people get together and discuss about ideas on how to eliminate Mondays and play fun games. Like throwing darts onto calendars, and who hits the most Mondays gets the next 10 Mondays off… As a former […]

Monday Flu

July 9th, 2012

Red remembers: “You know, when I was a little girl, I could warm up a thermometer on the radiator and make my mum believe that I am ill! So she would not send me to school. Why can’t we do the same things when we’re grown up? When a child does things, we find it […]

Red Monday Massacre

July 2nd, 2012

Red Summer Monday

June 25th, 2012

Red says: “It’s the first Monday of Summer… and it still sucks!”

Red Monday Facebook

June 18th, 2012

Red says: “Even if Monday was the LAST profile on facebook, I’d still not befriend it! I just have to figure out which one of the 100 ‘Monday Hater’ groups I want to join! Monday, eat the dust under my mousepad!”

Red Recession Monday

June 4th, 2012

From: sarah.red.vigynski@workingbeauty.com To: karl.von.bergen@workingbeauty.com Subject: Re: Re: Recession Monday Dear Karl I do not agree that “the issue is not worthy of the CEO’s attention and time”! I do understand that the “recession is a serious matter not a cosmic joke”! Shares lose value, people lose jobs and I am losing friends! But now I […]

Red Monday Contest

May 28th, 2012

Red says: “Oh the last mission was a complete failure, just like Norway at the Eurovision Song Contest this Saturday. But you know what else is a loser? … Monday – Zero points! … Lundi – Nul points! Montag – Null punkte! The only reason we still have to put up with this day, is […]

Monday Surgery

May 21st, 2012
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