Hypothetically Speaking, Can Bad Luck Carry Foward to a New Week?

Mondays aren’t exactly the most beloved of days, in fact some would argue that they’re the least-looked-forward-to day of the week. I get it of course, Monday signals the end of the weekend and back to the daily grind of work or school or both for most people and that sucks.

Sometimes though, Monday can be a good thing. For instance, if you were perhaps (hypothetically) having a really really bad week, than a Monday would signal the end of that week and the hope of a better week to come, right? So if, hypothetically speaking, someone had managed to cut herself badly while dicing tomatoes…

… and than a few days later managed to sprain her foot bad enough to warrant an x-Ray…

…then the end of the week would mean no more bad luck, right? I know they say bad news/luck comes in 3s, but if it’s Monday, than that streak of unfortunate events can’t carry forward to the new week, right?


Hypothetically speaking of course.



Pink Pear Bear

29 thoughts on “Hypothetically Speaking, Can Bad Luck Carry Foward to a New Week?

  1. Right! *nods firmly*
    One could even go so far as to say that that Monday, being a Monday, is in itself a piece of bad luck, so one could conclude that your bad luck came in threes and this new week should, hypothetically, be void of bad luck! I do wish you all the best in healing though, how unfortunate!

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  2. Hmmm are you out of the woods? does bad luck come in threes? – I don’t believe so, I just think some weeks can be a bit shitty and others can be wonderful, chin up and face this week like a fighter, a slightly wounded fighter.

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