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Quotations about Saturdays

Welcome to my page of quotations about Saturday. Wahoo, the weekend is here — par-tay!   SEE ALSO:  WEEKENDS SUNDAYS FRIDAYS MONDAYS TUE–WED–THU PARTIES HOUSEWORK & YARDWORK  –ღTerri

Better days are coming. They are called Saturday and Sunday. ~Author unknown

Now nothing happened the next week except going to school, and gee whiz, there's no adventure in that. The best thing about school is Saturday because there isn't any. You can talk about Good Friday, but good Saturdays are good enough for me. ~Percy Keese Fitzhugh, Roy Blakeley: Lost, Strayed or Stolen, 1921

When do we journey down to town?
If rough or fine, if rain or shine,
      On Saturday.
When do we smooth our wrinkles out?
When do we nurse our corns and gout?
      On Saturday!
When do we heal our wounds and smarts?
When do we make our pies and tarts?
      On Saturday!
When do the children loudest shout?
When bring the choicest playthings out?
When do we take our trips and jaunts?
      On Saturday!
When do we gather fruits and flower,
And spend our happy half-day hours,
In shady lanes and mossy bowers?
      On Saturday!
~Jane Moore, "Saturday," Wild Flowers of Song, 1880  [A little altered. "With love to all my fellow-creatures, yours sincerely, Jane Moore, Bolton-le-Moors." –tg]

A day on Jupiter's moon lasts less than five hours — just like Saturday and Sunday on Earth. ~Internet meme

Most people are in a factory from nine till five. Their job may be to turn out 263 little circles. At the end of the week they're three short and somebody has a go at them. On Saturday afternoons they deserve something to go and shout about. ~Rodney Marsh, unverified

How pleasant is Saturday night
When I've tried all the week to be good,
Not spoken a word that was bad
And obliged every one that I could...
~Nancy Ann Dennis Sproat (1766–1826)

It's Saturday — should I just sit down and do nothing or lay down and do nothing? ~Internet meme

On the Sixth Day, God created man, the sort of result you often get when you go in to work on a Saturday. ~Robert Brault,

...and had more sabbaticals in their lives than Saturdays... ~Alexander Theroux, Darconville's Cat, 1981

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