If Book Characters Were Days of the Week

No matter how different we all are, we always seem to know someone whom the prospect of seeing is enough to ruin your day – just like a Monday (pro tip: if you don’t, you might be it). Well, here is our list of book characters that remind us maybe a bit too much of days of the week.

  • Sunday: Neville Longbottom – Harry Potter by J.K. Rowling



Sweet Neville, no one has a reason not to love him! He is the typical case of someone forever antagonised by Murphy’s Law and how many of your peaceful Sundays have been ruined when all you wanted was some peace? The looming Monday is enough to put us in a gloomy mood.

  • Monday: The Grinch – How the Grinch Stole Christmas! by Dr. Seuss


This one should be obvious, we all become Grinches on Mondays (if you don’t tell us your secret). Classes? Work? Looooooooathe entirely!

  • Tuesday: Katniss Everdeen – The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins


Just like Katniss, our choice wasn’t really a choice. We might not want to face it (who does?) but we have to accept it. Might as well look good while we take over a broken system.

  • Wednesday: Dolores Umbridge – Harry Potter by J.K. Rowling


Because Wednesdays are almost as bad as Mondays. Umbridge is that character we all love to hate and she deserves it. That sickly sweet voice surely is a way to remind you that it’s finally mid-week but you still have two days of torture left. And she knows a lot about torture.

  • Thursday: Joe Goldberg – You by Caroline Kepnes


Joe Goldberg, the man of the moment is our Thursday. What can you say? Cute but definitely a psycho. Joe might be charismatic and seductive, as all psychopaths are, but when it comes to it we all want him over and done with.

  • Friday: Tyrion Lannister – Game of Thrones by George R. R. Martin


Who better than Tyrion Lannister to represent our Friday feelings? Whether you are going on a night out not to remember a thing the next morning or will stay at home with some wine and Netflix, one thing is for sure: Friday is a day to enjoy yourself.

  • Saturday: Alice – Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Caroll



Saturday: day to make all the bad decisions. And who better represents that than young Alice. I mean, following a rabbit down a hole? Eating and drinking random things you find in your way? Girl, you should know better!

Now be honest with us, which day of the week are you? Let us know in the comments.

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