Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Main Entry: Wednes·day
Pronunciation: \wenz-dā,-dē; British also we-dnz-\
Function: noun
Etymology: Middle English, from Old English wōdnesdæg (akin to Old Norse ōthinsdagr Wednesday); akin to Old English Wōden Odin and dæg day
Date: before 12th century
: the fourth day of the week
— Wednes·days - dāz, -dēz\ adverb

As yet, although I have found it to also be called 'Hump Day' I can find no mention of it being also known as Double Entendre Day. But I'm working on it.

And as per the norm on Double Entendre Day, I would like you to get down and dirty and start stuffing my box with all you've got until it's full to bursting and you lot are totally spent.
Your photo for today's Caption Competition is -

There's sticky bun in it for every entry and a cream horn going should I get me a 69.
So without further ado, get in there.