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

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Entry from January 09, 2013
Boozeday Tuesday

“Boozeday Tuesday” is a drinking slang name for a day of the week. The term is usually simply “Boozeday” and it could occur on any day of the week, but it’s usually held on Tuesday. “Boozeday has been cited in print since at least 1968 and then 1988, when it was printed in a bar ad.
The term “Boozeday” was popularized on television’s Today show in 2010 by hosts Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb.
Other slang names for days of the week include Shunday, Sober Sunday, Margarita Monday, Messed-up Monday, Mojito Monday, Moonshine Monday, Taco Tuesday, Tanked Tuesday, Tasty Tuesday, Tequila Tuesday, Tipsy Tuesday, Trashed Tuesday, Twisted Tuesday, Wasted Wednesday, Whiskey Wednesday, Wiener Wednesday,Wine Wednesday, Winesday Wednesday, Wing Wednesday, Thirsday, Thirstday, Thirsty Thursday, Fajita Friday, Fucked-up Friday, Shit-faced Saturday, Sloppy Saturday, Sloshed Saturday and Smashed Saturday.
Urban Dictionary
Booze Day Tuesday
The close cousin of Thirsty Thursday.
Booze Day Tuesday if for those who just cannot wait until Thursday to get sloppy drunk.
by Team Sexy Bitches Apr 21, 2011
13 March 1968, Iowa City (IA) Press-Citizen, “A Chat With Pat,” pg. 9A, col. 8:
THIS IS AN Alcoholic’s week: Rumday, Boozeday, Winesday, Thirstday, Ryeday, and Shatterday. He makes no observance of Shunday.
26 April 1968, The Times-Picayune (New Orleans, LA), “Highway Deaths Increase” by Clayton Rand, sec. 3, pg. 4, col. 5:
Frank Filley suggests for alcoholics’ week: Rumday, Boozeday, Winesday, Thirstday, Ryeday, Shatterday, and Shunday.
13 January 1988, Monticello (IA) Express, Entertainment Guide, pg. A-6 ad:
the Blue Chip
$1 BOOZE 9-12
Google Groups: alt.drunken.bastards
Hockey and Beer.
So, my Canadian friends, who ya gonna pick?  Colorado or Florida?  Regardless, I’m gonna have fun watching the first game tonight during the Boozeday night festivities.
14 January 2000, Arizona Daily Star (Tucson, AZ):
Plaza Liquors, 2642 E. Campbell Ave., has a special for almost every day of the week. It offers a Wine Wednesday special, with 10 percent off any of their diverse selection of often hard-to-find wines, and 15 percent off a mixed or unmixed case (12 bottles). You also get 10 percent off beers — imports or domestics — on Thirsty Thursday and 10 percent off hard liquor on Boozeday.
SEP 24, 2004
Sunday, Monday, Boozeday
Never again will I get that aw-crap-it’s-Sunday feeling again (on the booze front at least). The NY State Liquor Authority has decided that liquor stores can now be open seven days a week. These are some exciting times, no?
Google Books
Declining by Degrees:
Higher Education at Risk

Edited by Richard H. Hersh and John Merrow
New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan
Pg. 8:
This very night we are filming at a campus bar on the day of the week known on this campus as “Boozeday,” which the rest of us know as Tuesday.
Entertainment Weekly
NBC’s Today show craziest hour
How Kathie Lee Gifford, Hoda Kotb, and a sizable wine cellar turned the fourth hour of Today into morning’s guiltiest pleasure
By Tim Stack | Dec 10, 2010
Literally. Gifford has even coined nicknames for each day of the week: Tuesday is ‘‘Boozeday’’ and Wednesday is ‘‘Winesday.”
just another toozeday boozeday.
by ifs ands & butts - Date posted: 2011-04-27
Funny how there is a drinking nickname for every day of the week.
Sunday Fundays
Margarita Mondays
Tuesday Boozedays
Wine Wednesdays
Thirsty Thursdays
and Friday and Saturday?
Weekend Ecards
Margarita Monday. Boozeday Tuesday. Wine Wednesday. Tequila Thursday. And then the weekend begins!

Posted by Barry Popik
New York CityFood/Drink • Wednesday, January 09, 2013 • Permalink

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