“Good morning! Remember, today is the last day of the week before the weekend, so let’s make it count!”

“Happy Thursday! We’re one step closer to Friday, and that’s something to be grateful for.”

“If at first, you don’t succeed, redefine success. Happy Thursday!”

“Thursday – it’s like a mini-Friday, except we still have to work tomorrow.”

“Good morning! It’s Thursday, which means we’re almost there! Just don’t count your eggs before they’re hatched… or your work hours before they’re done.”

“Thursday: the day where we pretend that we’re going to do work, but really just count down the minutes until the end of the day.”

“Good morning! Don’t worry, Thursday is just like Friday except you still have to dress up for work.”

“Thursdays are like the middle child of the week. They don’t get as much attention as their siblings, but they’re just as important.”

“It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s… Thursday? Oh well, close enough. Good morning!”

“Happy Thursday! Remember, the world is your oyster, but you still have to work for the pearl.”

“Good morning! Thursday – when you’re tired from yesterday, and already dreading tomorrow.” GOOD MORNING HAPPY VALENTINES DAY

“Thursday: the day we start counting down to the weekend and stop caring about our work tasks.”

“Why is Thursday pronounced “thurz-day” instead of “thurs-day”? Because today is a little bit better than average. Good morning!”

“Happy Thursday! You’re one day closer to the weekend, so smile and enjoy the ride.”

“Thursday is like a speed bump in the middle of the week, but we’ll get through it together. Good morning!”

“Good morning! Don’t forget to be thankful for this Thursday… or at least pretend to be thankful.”

“Thursday: the only day of the week where you can get away with wearing sweatpants to work. Just kidding, don’t actually do that.”

“Happy Thursday! Remember, life is too short to waste time on the wrong things… like work.”

“Thursday is the day where we can start dreaming about the weekend without any guilt. Good morning!”

“Good morning! It’s Thursday, and I’m pretty sure that’s the sound of the weekend calling our names.”