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What day is it? Twitter’s got you covered

What day is it? Twitter’s got you covered
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What day is it? Twitter’s got you covered

What day is it? Twitter’s got you covered

What day is it? Wednesday? Can somebody please inform me? I don’t have a paper calendar, so there’s no strategy to know. And I can’t trust Dieter.

What’s that? There are Twitter accounts and bots that may inform me the times of the week? Excellent, I by no means cease scrolling.

INT. STUDIO APARTMENT — AFTERNOON

A person stands at his desk in entrance of the chilly gentle of a pc monitor. We HEAR anxious TYPING as the person MASHES the keys on his keyboard. His eyes DART forwards and backwards as he searches for treasures hidden within the depths of the web.

Hours go, after which…

Huzzah! I discovered accounts that can inform me the times of the week! Effectively, principally. Right here they’re:

Monday

Comply with @justacaseofthe2, which posts this line from WandaVision each Monday morning.

Tuesday

Once I first posted this story, I couldn’t discover an account that’s devoted to posting when it is Tuesday. However actually one minute after I hit publish, a reader sent me a Tuesday-focused account, @No_Problemm_, which posts the Tuesday Once more? No Downside………. meme.

And within the feedback of the above tweet, I found one other Tuesday-focused account, @TodaysTuesday. Each Tuesday, the account posts a clip from the Garfield film A Story of Two Kitties, which stars Invoice Murray as everybody’s favourite Monday-hating cat.

Wednesday

Comply with @MyDudes_, which posts the “It is Wednesday, my dudes” meme frog each Wednesday morning. (This week, the account made a particular St. Patrick’s Day-themed post.)

Thursday

Comply with @thursaconcept, which posts this line from Netflix’s Russian Doll each Thursday morning. What an idea.

Friday

Comply with @FridaySailer, which congratulates you for making it to Friday with an image of Mr. Krabs and a music that I’m 99 % sure is utilized in SpongeBob.

The weekend

Comply with @CraigWeekend, which posts a clip of Daniel Craig saying “women and gents, The Weeknd” with a disaffected shrug of his shoulders each Friday night. Sure, I do know Craig doesn’t explicitly say the phrases Saturday and Sunday, however he tells me when the weekend begins, which is actually all the knowledge I want.

Each day of the week

If you don’t need to comply with all of these accounts, comply with @TodaysDayToday, made by GadgetClock’s own Chaim Gartenberg, which tells you the day of the week each morning.

Replace March nineteenth, 7:44PM ET: Added a Tuesday-focused account.


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