“It’s only Wednesday, but I’m already declaring it nap time at my desk.”

“Hump day: the only day of the week where people expect you to do work…just kidding!”

“If Wednesdays had a face, I’d punch it.”

“Hump day: the halfway point between having hope for the weekend and realizing there’s still two more days to go.”

“Hump day: where coffee and sarcasm collide.”

“If hump day was a person, I would challenge it to a dance-off.”

“On Wednesdays, we wear pajamas and pretend to work.”

“Hump day: the day when you realize you haven’t accomplished anything yet this week.”

“Sometimes hump day feels like a game of hide and seek…except the weekend is a really good hider.”

“If hump day was an ice cream flavor, it would probably be halfway melted.”

“Wednesday: the day everyone starts asking what day it is.”

“Hump day: the day we all pretend to like each other in the office.”

“On Wednesdays, we appreciate the value of the snooze button.”

“Hump day: when reality hits you like a ton of paperwork.”

“I don’t need a reason to celebrate hump day, but I’ll take any excuse for cake.” MY SISTER PASSED AWAY QUOTES

“Wednesdays are like the awkward middle child of the week.”

“Hump day is just a gentle reminder that the weekend is still too far away.”

“If procrastination was an Olympic sport, I would win gold every hump day.”

“Wednesday: the day we all have a love-hate relationship with.”

“Hump day: the day you contemplate if it’s too late to start a new career as a professional Netflix watcher.”

“If Wednesdays had a theme song, it would be ‘I Will Survive’.”

“Hump day is like a speed bump on the road to Friday.”

“On Wednesdays, my coffee mug yells ‘hurry up and finish me!'”

“Hump day is the light at the end of the work week tunnel, just don’t let it blind you.”

“Wednesday: where dreams of the weekend are born and promptly crushed.”

“Hump day: where your motivation and reality have a serious disagreement.”

“On Wednesdays, I like to strategically plan my afternoon snacks to make the day go by faster.”

“Hump day: when you start questioning whether the weekend is just an urban legend.”

“Wednesdays are like the New Year’s Eve of workdays: filled with unrealistic expectations.”