Sunday Funday

12961734_10206366544903805_2858082233267429195_nUrban Dictionary has seven — yes, seven — definitions of Sunday funday and they all sound less than ideal.This one is my favorite one; By celebrating the “Sunday Funday” you can extend your weekend festivities just a little longer before hanging up your party pants. This day typically starts out with mimosas or bloody marys aka hair of the dog. It then typically continues through out the day until you find yourself wasted by about 6:30ish. Since the “Funday” ends early enough, you can rest assured that you will go to bed aka pass out early enough to be perfectly refreshed for work on Monday morning.
BRIGHT AND EARLY SUNDAY MORNING:
How to use it in a sentence:
“Dude!!! I am not ready to hang up my party pants!!! I say we have a Sunday Funday to top off the weekend!!!
Aside from the craziness of being passed out drunk on a Sunday, I do love the analogy of spending Sunday doing fun things with family,your children, friends or love of your life. The best memories I have of growing up is spending every Sunday after church to go eat nyama choma with my family. My dad made sure Sunday was spent with family. Modern day parents are too caught up with an ever-growing list of tasks to accomplish each day, it’s easy to let time with your partner and children slip down your priorities.This Sunday set your priorities on building on a relationship that is important to you. Family, friendship or yourself. A Sunday well spent brings a week of content.
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My idea of Sunday funday is spending it with my sisters and their family, going for concerts with my friends, cycling and picnics at Karura or reading and writing.What is your idea of Sunday funday? lets talk.
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  1. Josephine says:

    Martin should read this to understand why I love outdoors on Sundays..it was a routine with our daddy…Mr. Irungu the first .😊 great memories..
    Well done kiddo 😍

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