Those lazy animals that would rather lounge on the couch then talk to you when you’re lonely. DUMB CATS! At least dogs lick your faces instead of just grooming themselves for hours on end. Cats can be quite selfish, but I guess they’re kind of cool. Eyes that see in the dark. WHO DOESN’T WANT THAT? But I don’t appreciate the little presents they leave in my backyard: dead mice, dead squirrels (I KNOW, RIGHT?) and other such animals. Though, I have known cats who actually EAT what they catch instead of just mauling it and leaving it somewhere for someone else to deal with. By the way, I mean house cats but tigers, jaguars, cheetahs, lions, and all those furry animals are cats too. Whoo, now I’m done.
The day continues until evening time and usually I say it’s daytime until it’s dark which, depending on the season, can be a variety of times.
But Mac Dictionary thinks differently:
a period of twenty-four hours as a unit of time, reckoned from one midnight to the next, corresponding to a rotation of the earth on its axis.
• the part of this period when it is light; the time between sunrise and sunset : she sleeps all day and goes out at night | the animals hunt by day.
• the time spent working during such a period : he works an eight-hour day.
• Astronomy a single rotation of a planet in relation to its primary.
• Astronomy the period on a planet when its primary star is above the horizon.
• archaic daylight : by the time they had all gone it was broad day.
2 (usu. days) a particular period of the past; an era : the laws were very strict in those days.
• ( the day) the present time : the political issues of the day.
• [with adj. ] a day associated with a particular event or purpose : graduation day | Christmas Day.
• a day’s endeavor, or the period of an endeavor, esp. as bringing success : speed and surprise would win the day.
• [usu. with adj. ] ( days) a particular period in a person’s life or career : my student days.
• ( one’s day) the successful, fortunate, or influential period of a person’s life or career : he had been a matinée idol in his day.
• ( one’s days) the span of someone’s life : she cared for him for the rest of his days.
adjective [ attrib. ]
carried out during the day as opposed to the evening or at night : my day job.
• (of a person) working during the day as opposed to at night : a day nurse.
all in a (or the) day’s work (of something unusual or difficult) accepted as part of someone’s normal routine or as a matter of course : dodging sharks is all in a day’s work for these scientists.
any day informal at any time : you can take me dancing any day of the week. • (used to express one’s strong preference for something) under any circumstances : I’d rather live in a shack in the woods than a penthouse in the city, any day. • very soon : she’s expected to give birth any day.
at the end of the day see end .
by the day gradually and steadily : the campaign is growing by the day.
call it a day end a period of activity, esp. resting content that enough has been done : we were prepared to do another long march before calling it a day.
day after day on each successive day, esp. over a long period : the rain poured down day after day.
day and night all the time : they kept working, day and night.
day by day gradually and steadily : day by day I grew worse.
day in, day out continuously or repeatedly over a long period of time.
day of reckoning the time when past mistakes or misdeeds must be punished or paid for; a testing time when the degree of one’s success or failure will be revealed. [ORIGIN: with allusion to Judgment Day, on which (in some beliefs) the judgment of humankind is expected to take place.]
from day one from the very beginning : children need a firm hand from day one.
have had one’s (or its) day be no longer popular, successful, or influential : power dressing has had its day.
if someone is a day at least (added to a statement about a person’s age) : he must be seventy if he’s a day.
in this day and age at the present time; in the modern era : it simplifies housekeeping, which is essential in this day and age.
not someone’s day used to convey that someone has had a bad day.
—— of the day a thing currently considered to be particularly interesting or important : the big news story of the day.
one day (or one of these days) at some time in the future : our wishes will come true one of these days.
one of those days a day when several things go wrong.
that will (or that’ll) be the day informal that will never happen.
these days at present : he was drinking far too much these days.
those were the days used to assert that a particular past time was better than the present.
to the day exactly : it’s four years to the day since we won the lottery.
to this day up to the present time; still : the tradition continues to this day.
ORIGIN Old English dæg, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch dag and German Tag.
Day 1 |dā|
Day, Doris (1924– ), U.S. actress and singer; born Doris Kappelhoff. She became a movie star in the 1950s with roles in lighthearted musicals, comedies, and romances, such as Calamity Jane (1953) and Pillow Talk (1959).
Day, Dorothy (1897–1980), U.S. journalist and reformer. She founded the Catholic Worker newspaper with social activist Peter Maurin (1877–1949) in 1933.
Day, William Rufus (1849–1923), U.S. Supreme Court associate justice 1903–22. He was appointed to the Court by President Theodore Roosevelt.
“I’m not afraid to take a stand!”
Sorry, Eminem moment.
When someone’s fearless, they mean business. I’m fearless of animals.
Yes, all animals.
I’m not afraid of flowers.
Yes, all flowers.
It’s good to be fearless but it’s also good to be scared. WHAT?! Yes, I know, but that’s the double truth, RUTH!
When people think of Easter they think chocolate, candy, and girly colours such as baby blue, pink, and bright yellow. Well, maybe yellow is neutral, who knows. Of course, Easter is also the time where Mr. Jesus Christ was resurrected. Easter is also the time of birth, hence, the resurrection. Animals are born, people are born, lots of things are born, but I guess something is born every day. Soooooo this day is a special day of birth. Well, yes. Some people celebrate Easter late though like next week is Greek Easter. It’s probably Easter for other nationalities but I don’t know them so sorry.
So if you’re having chocolate or having some grand feast or both or just celebrating another day of birth, enjoy Easter my friends because it is only here once a year. By the way, I hear that those Kinder Surprise eggs are really good and you get really large toys. Just thought of putting that out there.
My favourite animal! Well, probably a description is better. You know that large animal that roams Africa and Asia? Ever heard of the elephant? They’re large grey animals and never forget. They have long noses that they use as hoses and are terrified of mice. Hey, when I see little white furry balls running at me, I’d get freaked too. Why is dust chasing me? Also, never get them a pig on fire as a gift because they’ll be scared shitless. Now, if a pig on fire was heading in my direction, I think I’d be scared shitless too. Elephants, I love you.