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Days of the week according to Instagram.



Ever needed a reminder of what day of the week you're on? Little hint, next time you're wondering head on over to Instagram and you'll wonder no more!

Motivation Monday

The day that thrives on inspirational textpictures to get your week started with a praised hands emoji.










Transformation-Two-For-Taco Tuesday

By Tuesday Instagram is a heady mix of being so totally "done" with this week and still riding high from all those motivational posts whilst also being hungry from starting that healthy diet yesterday. The weeks Memes will also be kicking in hard right about now. 












On Wednesdays...

Need I say more? Oh btw we're still totally "done" with this week on Wednesday. 









#ThrowbackThursday! 

Oh the hilarity of 80s and 90s baby pictures, marvelling at how big our pets have gotten, and showing off our retro movie knowledge. We're also highly aware of what day tomorrow is and gosh darn it we're excited. 









FRIDAY!!!

Omg finally you guys!! 




Saturday Night Fever

There will be cocktails. We are so cosmopolitan, look at how fancy our Saturday food is. OMG girls Selfie time!! Here's to freaking weekend we've longed for you so hard.








Super Sunday

The day that Avocado suppliers everywhere are grateful for. Sunday's are good for brunch, nature, and doing our best to pretend that Monday isn't leering it's ugly head again. Also "ahhhhh Game Of Thrones is happening!"












Which brings us back to Monday, aren't you glad you know what day it is?



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