New Delhi: Monday is the first day of the week. If we believe the beliefs of mythology and scriptures, then Monday is considered to be the day of Lord Shankar. But, if Guinness World Records is to be believed, then Monday is the worst day. According to Guinness World Records, Monday is the worst day of the week. We are not saying this, but it has been officially announced. Guinness World Records declared Monday the worst day of the week.
First day of the week bothers
According to Guinness World Records, Monday bothers many people. The first day of the week after a stress-free weekend from work makes people nervous again. There are many jokes about going to work on Monday. Social media users find the day extremely slow and boring. But, now Guinness World Records has also taken cognizance of the hatred against Monday and declared it as the worst day of the week. This means that you can officially blame Monday for your clumsiness.
Users said, 'somebody recognized it'
Guinness World Records said on its official Twitter handle on Monday that we are officially giving the record for the worst day of the week on Monday. Twitter users were happy that someone finally recognized it. The official page of Angry Birds Character Red commented on GWR's tweet saying that you are too late. GWR replied that I have correct information.
Anand Mahindra also posted
Another user on Twitter said, 'I take Monday's leave just because of this. GWR called him smart. Another asked Wednesday to rename it saying it looked strange. Many influencers and celebrities keep posting content to take away the 'Monday blues' of their followers. Among them is industrialist Anand Mahindra, who also advises his followers on life goals.
Record book is published annually
From its inception until 1999, it was known as the Guinness Book of Records. Record books are published annually listing world records of both human achievements and the extremes of the natural world. Guinness World Records has sold 143 million copies so far and is now a global brand with offices in London, New York, Beijing, Tokyo and Dubai. Its judges are on the ground around the world.