I've had Fridays that feel like Mondays, but never Mondays that feel like Fridays.

Have an extra special weekend, you deserve it :)

FWOT, Pete Riches and 20 more people faved this
  • SolarScot. 5y

    could be worse you could be Brazilian !
  • Julie anne Johnson 5y

    very good !!!
  • shmarinuma 5y

    So funny :))
  • crittrs 5y

    LOL--so cute, and love the bokeh--but where is Davy?
  • Teresa Cotterell 5y

    Wonderful shot, have a superb weekend :)
  • Old Coyote 5y

    This weekend is going to be a special one, guys – we've never experienced it before! Except for the midget robot; for him, it'll be like Groundhog Day. ;-D
  • bob bray 5y

    we live in an upside world
  • sunlover31 5y

    My god i had one of those as a kiddie no im not that old!!!
  • Paul Humphreys 5y

    Ha, this is cool. Tin toys are great. Title is spot on for the concept.
  • sⓘndy° 5y

    WOW, all I can say!
  • k mart 5y

    :)

    True!!!!!
  • galerie morgenstern 5y

    I love your title along with the photo. cheers me up for the weekend. now coffee and a croissant and I am ready to go.
  • Mark J P 5y

    This is great, really interesting and amusing shot. :)
  • © Catriona Walker 5y

    All my Mondays feel like Fridays, I work weekends and have Tuesdays and Wednesdays off. It still feels quite weird though...

    Oh, I like the shot too, he does look rather confused!
  • elle dio 5y

    great colors. definitely makes the robot pop.
  • Cindy 5y

    Hang in there little guy! %-)
    I'm on Monday now... and WISH it was Friday! LOL! %-)
  • morocco09 5y

    So funny :-)
  • Darling Starlings 5y

    He looks happy upside down :-).
  • chewie2008~ 5y

    Hang lose! ;-)
  • *Psycho Delia* 2y

    This is so clever. I am enjoying looking through your stream :)
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