What working day is it? Twitter’s bought you lined

What day is it? Wednesday? Can somebody make sure you inform me? I really don’t have a paper calendar, so there is no way to know. And I just cannot belief Dieter.

What’s that? There are Twitter accounts and bots that can tell me the times of the week? Excellent, I by no means halt scrolling.


A person stands at his desk in front of the chilly gentle of a laptop keep an eye on. We Listen to anxious TYPING as the gentleman MASHES the keys on his keyboard. His eyes DART back again and forth as he lookups for treasures hidden in the depths of the world-wide-web.

Several hours move, and then…

Huzzah! I identified accounts that will convey to me the days of the 7 days! Very well, largely. Below they are:


Follow @justacaseofthe2, which posts this line from WandaVision each and every Monday early morning.


I can’t discover an account which is focused to putting up when it is Tuesday. This signifies I may well under no circumstances know when it is Tuesday. (If you know of a Tuesday-concentrated account, you should inform me.)


Follow @MyDudes_, which posts the “It is Wednesday, my dudes” meme frog each and every Wednesday morning. (This 7 days, the account built a special St. Patrick’s Day-themed post.)


Abide by @thursaconcept, which posts this line from Netflix’s Russian Doll each and every Thursday early morning. What a idea.


Abide by @FridaySailer, which congratulates you for building it to Friday with a photo of Mr. Krabs and a track that I’m 99 p.c sure is used in SpongeBob.

Saturday and Sunday / the weekend

Abide by @CraigWeekend, which posts a clip of Daniel Craig indicating “ladies and gentlemen, The Weeknd” with a disaffected shrug of his shoulders each individual Friday night. Sure, I know Craig doesn’t explicitly say the text Saturday and Sunday, but he tells me when the weekend starts off, which is seriously all the information I need to have.

Every single working day of the week

If you really don’t want to adhere to all of these accounts, comply with @TodaysDayToday, built by The Verge’s own Chaim Gartenberg, which tells you the day of the 7 days just about every early morning. (It’ll be really practical for me on Tuesdays.)