- People are roasting this ‘traditional’ take on marriage with a hilarious meme Saturday 5:17 PM
- The internet just collectively realized that the Neopets of the world must be hungry Saturday 4:00 PM
- Alt-right message board 8chan was served a search warrant Saturday 3:06 PM
- O.J. Simpson just joined Twitter in the most bizarre fashion Saturday 1:20 PM
- Prominent phone-hacking firm says it can unlock any iPhone for law enforcement Saturday 12:39 PM
- Hundreds of police officers belong to extremist Facebook groups, investigation finds Saturday 9:31 AM
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- ‘Late Night’ is a disappointing, tepid comedy Saturday 7:00 AM
- How to stream ‘Love It or List It’ for free Saturday 7:00 AM
- How to watch the 2019 Concacaf Gold Cup online for free Saturday 6:55 AM
- Borderlands 3 preview suggests the aging series can still hang with the cool kids Saturday 6:30 AM
- How to stream the 2019 College World Series for free Saturday 6:00 AM
- Police try to solve domestic violence by giving victims blunt kitchen knives Friday 5:40 PM
- Privacy activist Ola Bini detained for 2 months in Ecuador without charges Friday 5:01 PM
- Twitter says suspending ‘God’ for a pro-LGBTQ tweet was an ‘error’ Friday 4:14 PM
Every day of the week gets a shoutout in this chronological supercut
From Saturday to Friday, it’s a full week of music.
Sunday and Monday are happy days—Tuesday and Wednesday too. In fact, every day of the week gets a shout-out in this YouTube supercut that highlights just how often the calendar gets a shout-out in music.
Of course, weekends tend to get more play in music, mostly because songs like to celebrate relaxation over work. When Mondays or Tuesdays are involved, the songs are usually about surviving those days instead of enjoying them. There’s no day that doesn’t get some kind of musical love, however.
The cut is decidedly heavy on classic rock, with a few undeniable modern tracks such as Rebecca Black’s “Friday” and Katy Perry’s “Last Friday Night.” What’s obviously missing is any hip-hop, R&B, or even country music. But with this cut clocking in at 10 minutes already, it might take a while to catalog every genre.
Illustration by Max Fleishman
A former YouTube reporter for the Daily Dot, Rae Votta has more than a decade of experience in the digital and entertainment industries. Her work has appeared on AOL, Huffington Post, Out Magazine, Logo, VH1, Current TV, Billboard, and NYMag. She joined Netflix in 2016.