If you’ve got ‘that Friday feeling‘ you are ready for the weekend and in the mood for fun and relaxation. This is the kind of thing you could say when you get into work on a Friday morning – it means you are happy because work will soon be finished and it’s time to celebrate the fact that two days of holiday (the weekend) is on the horizon. However, not everybody might share or appreciate your cheery demeanour:
Jeremy: Morning, Carol.
Carol: Morning, Jeremy. What are you so happy about?
Jeremy: It’s Friday! It’s nearly the weekend! I can’t wait. I’m going to a massive party with my mates in Cornwall! What about you, Carol? Have you got anything planned for the weekend?
Carol: Not really. I’ll probably do my ALDI big shop tomorrow.
Jeremy: Oh, cheer up, Carol! It’s Friday!
Carol: So you keep saying. I’ve got to get all these accounts finished by four.