Hump day wednesday...................

Mexico
February 27, 2013 9:52am CST
Ok, so for many years I see happy hump day... So what does it really mean? Im sure it has a good meaning and a bad one. my english may not be 100%, but.... So does it really mean wed. is like the mid week point?
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@blackrusty (3534)
• Mexico
27 Feb 13
Yes it is to mean the middle of the week or your half way though your work week if your working Monday thru Friday this has this has been a saying for as long as i can remember
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• Mexico
27 Feb 13
Ok, it sounds to be like could also have another meaning if someone was playing with you. i used to know a joking guy. Hed love to tell all of us it was hump day wed. Shame on him.
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• Mexico
27 Feb 13
ok well I never thought about it that way and well i guess if that is the only day that you have to do that deed then well ok but I would not say that to too many people then they would know your business
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@dawnald (84070)
• Shingle Springs, California
27 Feb 13
From the expression "over the hump" meaning you are more than halfway....
• Mexico
27 Feb 13
Now, that makes more sence to me now. Rather than hump...
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• Mexico
6 Mar 13
well said, I agree and she is a great member here as well. Happy hump day wed. to ya there.
@nezavisima (7421)
• Bulgaria
27 Feb 13
track of the week. what could be better than that. there are only two more days until the weekend, Saturday and Sunday. How cool is that. nice day!
• Mexico
27 Feb 13
Sure is, just means we are closer to nothing... as I work 7 days a week here. Have a happy hump day there.
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• Bulgaria
27 Feb 13
o 7 days rest you're not a friend. what is this. I work five days a week and rest two days Saturday and Sunday. how unfortunate that not relax yet clear and take good money. while we in Bulgaria are poorly paid only 150 euros.
• Mexico
6 Mar 13
I wish I had 2 days of rest here, I feel like I need it sometimes.
@inertia4 (23951)
• United States
1 Mar 13
Well now, you and I know that hump day can be taken a few ways. LOL. But we all know it means the middle of the week. But the other option is a tempting one. Hey Now!!!!
• Mexico
1 Mar 13
Yes I do, I had a good friend here, he used to play with me over that one. He even said thursday and friday were hump days for him. ha ha ha
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@inertia4 (23951)
• United States
1 Mar 13
Well now weekend were always hump days. LOL. That was party time. But I think hump day is any day you want it to be. Nice!!!! Hey Now!!!!
@ksktika (271)
• United States
27 Feb 13
hmmm i never know about this hump day.
• Mexico
27 Feb 13
Yes, its a saying I learned while living in the usa.
@ksktika (271)
• United States
27 Feb 13
yes you right, i learned so many weird day also :)
@Pegasus72 (1904)
7 Apr 13
I think it means it is the middle of the week the highest point during the week and it should be all down hill from there, or clear sailing for the rest of the week.
• Mexico
7 Apr 13
Yes, it has a few meanings. But your right. You have the main meaning. Have a super Sunday.
@MsTickle (24726)
• Australia
6 Mar 13
Well, it could be a day for camels to celebrate or... it could be a day to be thankful for speed bumps, sometimes called "hump"s or... it could mean something quite rude.
• Mexico
6 Mar 13
well said, and happy hump day wed. to you there.
@bellis716 (4809)
• United States
1 Mar 13
Yes hump day is the middle of the work week, as many people have already told you. After hump day, it's all downhill to the weekend. In this case, down hill means easier going, not a reference to one getting older.
• Mexico
1 Mar 13
Sure is, and we have just about arrived. of course I work more hours her eon fridays and sat.
@aghiuta (526)
• Canada
28 Feb 13
To my knowledge, hump day is the middle of the work week. Imagine Monday staring your week going uphill,then Wednesday you are on top of the hill(hump)and start the descent looking forward to the week end! Speaking of which ,I wish you a good one!
• Mexico
28 Feb 13
Yes it is, its also a play on words in english and was a joke here between friends.
@wolfie34 (26894)
• United Kingdom
28 Feb 13
Didn't it originate from the USA, as I have never come across this saying in the UK, the first time I came across it was through using Traffic Exchanges and they had a hump day promo on a Wednesday, be interested in what others have to say or the true meaning and where it derived from.
• Mexico
28 Feb 13
Yes it did, We used it in usa alot. i also have sen it in traffic sites as well. Have a great day there...
@911Ricki (13602)
• Canada
28 Feb 13
http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=hump%20day Means climbing a hill or tough week to get to the weekend.
• Mexico
28 Feb 13
there you go, my son laughs when he see that term.. as some kids use it a different way..
@GardenGerty (79119)
• Marion, Kansas
27 Feb 13
It means that you are going over the hill, that is you are halfway to the end of the week. It is exactly right in the middle of the week.
• Mexico
27 Feb 13
Sure does mean that, oh by the way....... Is it friday yet? Take care there.
• United States
27 Feb 13
Johning Carson got laughed at for using that word even when it didn't mean what the audience was thinking of. I try not to use the word anymore like many others we have had to give up.
• Mexico
27 Feb 13
Yes, some use it in a different way. I know my friend did here. H ha ha
@Hatley (130153)
• Garden Grove, California
27 Feb 13
hi maria up til a few years ago hump meant something realy different and happy hump day would have been sort of disgusting to hear but now my best friend taught me the present meaning its the hump of the workweek and hopefully the next two days will be even lesser as then the weekend off looms close. em]happy[/em]
• Mexico
27 Feb 13
Yes, thats the way a friend of mine plays with the words as well. hes a funny old man. I love him dearly. Have a happy wed. there dear....
• Canada
28 Feb 13
If you were to make a graph, you would put Monday as 1, Tuesday as 2, Wednesday as 3, Thursday down to 2, and Friday to 1. With this graph you would see a hump if you connected these dots. ^ With Wednesday on top of the graph, it signified the top therefore nicknamed "hump day". This became a common name for the day, indicating the middle of the work week. I do not know of any "bad" meanings to this expression.