hump day

We've all been there, all experienced it, all had our fair share of despair and disruption during the middle of the week when we are faced with a daunting three more days of WORK!
“Hump Day” is a play off the idiom “over the hump,” which refers to being at the midpoint.
A Detroit news anchor hoping the rain would clear up on Wednesday used a poor choice of words.
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