A plaque remaining from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem.

Above, a 1934 plaque from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem. Discarded as trash in 2006.

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Entry from January 11, 2013
Trashed Tuesday (Trashy Tuesday)

"Trashed Tuesday” (or “Trashy Tuesday") is a drinking slang name for a day of the week. Alcoholic drinks are sold on this day, often at a reduced price. “Trashed Tuesday” has been cited in print since at least 2003.

Other slang names for days of the week include Shunday, Sober Sunday, Margarita Monday, Messed-up Monday, Mojito Monday, Moonshine Monday, Boozeday Tuesday, Taco Tuesday, Tanked Tuesday, Tasty Tuesday, Tequila Tuesday, Tipsy Tuesday, Twisted Tuesday, Wasted Wednesday, Whiskey Wednesday, Wine Wednesday, Winesday Wednesday, Wing Wednesday, Thirsday, Thirstday, Thirsty Thursday, Fucked-up Friday, Shit-faced Saturday, Sloppy Saturday, Sloshed Saturday and Smashed Saturday.


Urban Dictionary
Trashed Tuesday
getting trashed on a Tuesday; college slang for days of the week.
dude, i got so trashed on Trashed Tuesday !!
by 11223344556677889910 Apr 11, 2011

Antsmarching.org Forums
PhoenixPSU
11-19-2003, 10:12 AM
Manic Monday, Trashed Tuesday, Wacky Wednesday, Thirsty Thursday, Fucked-Up Friday, Sloshed Saturday, Sober Sunday...Wait, that last one can’t be right.
Ross

LiveJournal
Charlie (almightywizard) wrote,
2005-09-26 00:20:00
(...)
9. Trashed Tuesday, Wasted Wednesday, Thirsty Thursday, Fucked-up Friday, Smashed Saturday

MacRumors Forums
atszyman
Oct 24, 2005, 09:32 PM
(...)
There is a friend of mine who has the entire week mapped out for drinking, a term for each day. Something to the effect of:

Slurppy Sunday / or Sober Sunday (depending on effort level and availability of booze on Sunday....some places don’t distribute on this holiest of holies :p)
Manic Monday
Trashed Tuesday
Wasted Wednesday
Thirsty Thursday
Fu**ed Up Friday
Sloshed Saturday (funny note, “sloshed” is actually defined by Tiger as “drunk” :D )

LiveJournal
coolkate
November 4 2005, 19:28:22 UTC
Then your life= me.
Messed up Monday
Trashed Tuesday
Wasted Wednesday
Thirsty Thursday
Fucked up Friday
Sloppy Saturday
and Soco Sunday.

Epilepsy.com
HOW WELL DO MY FRIENDS ACTUALLY UNDERSTAND?
By rosegirl at Sun, 05/27/2007 - 10:20pm
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They made up names for going out every night except for Monday. They couldn’t think of one for Monday. Trashed/Tanked Tuesday, Wasted Wednesday, Thristy Thursday, Friday 40s Smashed Saturday.

Google Groups: East Nashville
Rhonda
5/16/08
(...)
TUESDAY: TRASHY TUESDAY $1 off all drafts 2 for 1 wells 25 cent wings

The Oregon Commentator
2 Brief Things to Mention About Alcoholic Beverages
Wednesday, October 27th, 2010
(...)
Appropriate Names for Alcoholic Weekdays:
Thirsty Thursday
Fucked-up Friday
Smashed Saturday
Soused Sunday
Mixed-Drink Monday
Trashed Tuesday
Wasted Wednesday

Twitter
taylorpatrell
‏@taylorpatrell
Milky Monday , trashy Tuesday , whack it wesensday , thirsty Thursday , fuck me Friday ,sex it Saturday, suck it Sunday . @kim_goodin week
1:09 AM - 3 Jul 12 ·

Twitter
Jacqui Scibior
‏@Jacquii23
MessedUp Monday. Trashed Tuesday. Wasted Wednesday. Thirsty Thursday. Funnel at Fraternity Friday. Sloshed Saturday. Sunday=recover#alcprobs
12:57 AM - 4 Oct 12

Twitter
Michael Bond
‏@MichaelBond25
Trashed Tuesday, wasted Wednesday, thirsty Thursday, fucked up Friday sloppy Saturday, study Sunday, and Mondays just Monday #pplrsodumb
8:47 PM - 5 Oct 12

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