11 Dogs Who Have A Serious Case Of The Mondays

Why, oh why, did the weekend have to end? These dogs are not ready for the new week to begin.

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"Wake me when it's Tuesday." Via Acid Pix/Flickr
Chrissa Hardy

Mondays are the worst. The week starts over, and the fun comes to an end. You need to return to all of your responsibilities. You go back to work, you run errands, you put the needs of others before your own, and you won’t get to fully relax again until 5 p.m. on Friday.

Is this a problem only humans have? No way. Dogs understand the sinking feeling we all experience on Monday mornings, too. They also hate waking up early and can’t believe the weekend’s over already. Here are 11 dogs who know exactly what it’s like to have a case of the Mondays.

1. The yawns never stop.

"Don't you yawn because then I'll yawn!" Via Giphy

“Don’t you yawn because then I’ll yawn!” Via Giphy


2. The use of paid time off will be considered, if only for an extra hour of sleep.

"Can't we just use one of those sick days?" Via Angela N./Flickr

“Can’t we just use one of those sick days?” Via Angela N./Flickr


3. The science behind daylight will be questioned.

"Ugh, why does the sun have to be so bright in the morning??" Via Giphy

“Ugh, why does the sun have to be so bright in the morning??” Via Giphy


4. The thought of breakfast is the only thing that makes getting out of bed seem worth it.

"Wake me when it's Tuesday." Via Acid Pix/Flickr

“Don’t even talk to me until I’ve had my morning kibble.” Via Acid Pix/Flickr


5. A brief period of eyes closed will seem like the solution, but will quickly become a problem.

"Just a quick nap. That's all I need. BRB." Via Giphy

“Just a quick nap. That’s all I need. BRB.” Via Giphy


6. The weekend countdown will begin.

"Is the weekend seriously over? Like, for real?" Via Georgie Pauwels/Flickr

“Is the weekend seriously over? Like, for real?” Via Georgie Pauwels/Flickr


7. Denial will take center stage.

"I'm just gonna pretend I didn't hear that alarm." Via Giphy

“I’m just gonna pretend I didn’t hear that alarm.” Via Giphy


8. Sadness and defeat will follow suit.

"Is it Friday yet?" Via Christopher Michel/Flickr

“Is it Friday yet?” Via Christopher Michel/Flickr


9. Giving up will seem noble and A MUST.

"Nope. That's it. I quit on today." Via Giphy

“Nope. That’s it. I quit on today.” Via Giphy


10. Productivity will take a major hit.

"Can we push that afternoon meeting back a few hours? Or days?" Via Jon Hurd/Flickr

“Can we push that morning meeting back a few hours? Or days?” Via Jon Hurd/Flickr


11. And bedtime can’t come soon enough.

"Bedtime at 6 p.m. hopefully means a less horrible Tuesday."  Via Giphy

“Bedtime at 6 p.m. hopefully means a less horrible Tuesday.” Via Giphy

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