It's Thursday, and there's not a thing anyone can do about it.
While the above statement really doesn't mean anything, it reminds me of a joke my dad always made when Thursday rolled around and someone asked, "What day is it?"
"Thursday. All day unless it rains."
My first recollection of this was when I was about three years old. Of course I had to have it explained.
Thursday, if slurred a bit, sounds like thirsty. Therefore the day will be a thirsty one unless we get some moisture.
By the calendar it's Thursday, but based on the amount of snow we have on the ground and still falling, it won't be a thirsty one for quite some time.
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