16 Signs That Today Isn’t Your Lucky Day

Written by Kevin Revie
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Everybody has to endure a bad day every now and then, sometimes you become aware that today is not your day from the moment you wake up. Some typical things that set off the bad day alarms include:

  • Sleeping past your alarm
  • Unintentionally wearing your drink Missing a vital ride
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While the misadventures of a bad day eventually come to an end, getting through them can be incredibly tedious. However, if you think you’re having the worst day ever, these pictures will make you realize you have it pretty good.

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Here are 16 pictures of people who probably should have just stayed in bed after they realized they slept past their alarm.

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1. This person was optimistic enough to try again, but some bad days are just consistent. On the bright side, someone eventually will be in for a good day when those drinks come tumblin’.

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2. A glimpse of a good day quickly shattered.

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3. Broken dessert dreams and a time sensitive clean-up that’s only going to get worse.

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4. This person may have lost some weight, but it’s most likely now from blood loss, and they won’t be able to check either way.

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