Hump Day Quotes

Hump Day Quotes…
Hump day rose to particular prominence in September, 2013 thanks to a popular commercial by the insurance company GEICO. In the commercial, a talking camel named Caleb walks through generic office cubicles asking his coworkers if they know what day it is. They roll their eyes, giving the impression that the camel does this every week. One of the office workers reluctantly answers him, to his delight: “It’s hump day.” Two men with guitars then explain that people who switch to GEICO insurance are “happier than a camel on Wednesday.” This commercial was the seventh most viewed on YouTube in 2013. The gag, of course, relies on a pun on the word hump, which Wednesdays metaphorically share with camel physiology.

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As a hump represents the middle, similarly Wednesday is the middle and pivotal point of the week. Wednesday is often considered as one of the toughest days of the week.

If you want a happy Wednesday and need motivation for the week, these hump day quotes will spread a smile on your face and get you past the hump day.

 Happy Hump Day Quotes

“Keep calm, it’s hump day!” — Unknown


“A Wednesday with no rain is a dry hump day.” — Demetri Martin


“It must be Wednesday, there goes that camel again.” — Unknown


“Wednesdays will always bring smiles for the second half of the week.”

– Anthony T. Hincks.


“Happy Wednesday, I think I can see the weekend from here.”

– Unknown.


“Happy Wednesday! Look at the bright side! At least it’s not Monday’s morning!”

– Unknown.


“If you’re having a bad week, on Wednesday you have the ability to turn it around.”

– Unknown.

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“It’s Wednesday! I’m breathing, I’m healthy, I’m truly blessed, I’m grateful for this day.”

– Unknown.


“Happy Wednesday! Practice compassion. Lift others. Learn to encourage rather than criticize. You’ll feel better when you help others feel better.”

– Tracey Edmonds.


“Happy Hump Day! At least you’re at the top of the hill! Enjoy the roller coaster ride down to Sunday! Then just get back in line!”

– Sotero M Lopez II.


“Wednesdays were the best thing about Atlantis. The middle of the week was a traditional holiday there. Everyone stopped work and celebrated the fact that half the week was over.”

– Walter Moers

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