Þunresdæg

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Þunresdæg is þǣre wuce dæg betwēonan Wēdnesdæge and Frīgedæge. His nama is genumen of þǣm naman þæs oþþe ge Norþmenniscan ge Þēodiscan godes Þunres.

Æfter sumum geþēodsumnessum (seoh þæt gewrit be ISO 8601), āscieppaþ þā gēares Þunresdagas þā wucrīmunge: wuce 1 āsciepþ man swā þā wuce, þe hæfþ þone forman Þunresdæg þæs gēares, and swā forþ.

In þǣm folclican lēoðe, "Þunresdæges Cild hæfþ feorran tō gānne".

In þǣm Geānlǣhtan Rīce, sind cystas gehealdene gemǣnelīce Þunresdagum. This was to ensure a high turnout, as people would have spent their previous weeks wages, paid the previous Friday.

In The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy be Douglas Adams, se hād Arthur Dent sægþ, "This must be Thursday. I could never get the hang of Thursdays" (þe is awended þus: "Tōdæg sceal bēon Þunresdæg. Ic ne nā cūðe dō wel on Þunorsdagum."). Sumum stundinclum þǣræfter is se dweligend Eorðe forbrocen.

Þunresdæg is ēac se forma nama þæs hēafodswēges Jasper Ffordes folclicra bōca: The Eyre Affair, Forloren In Gōdre Bēc, The Well of Lost Plots, and Something Rotten (nā gīet ūtsend). Hire fulla nama is Þunresdæg Nīehsta, þe is wordgamen fram þǣm Bryttiscan cwide. Hire mōdor nama is Wēdnesdæg.

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