Literally any day of the week, they're all the same now
6 am on another beautiful blursday, let's get at it!
|WFH||Work from home|
|Social distancing||Isolating from other people|
|Zoom town||A town that many remote workers are moving to|
|Zumping||Dumping someone over Zoom|
|Zooze||Drinking with friends over Zoom|
|WAH||Work at home|
|Coffice||Coffee shop office|
Those who are having trouble telling the days of the week apart may refer to them all as blursday. This slang term rose to prominence in 2020, as those sheltering in place during the COVID-19 pandemic lost track of the passage of time.
It turns out, when you WFH, can't meet up with friends, and aren't allowed to enter gyms, bars, shops, or restaurants, most every day of the week feels the same. To express and confront this feeling of sameiness, many social media users began referring to every day of the week as blursday, conveying how disoriented they felt.
For example, in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic, it would not have been uncommon for a person to answer the question "What day is it?" with "It's Blursday March 233rd." Anyone having a stressful, time-crunched, or protracted week, however, may now refer to the current day as blursday.