A trend is emerging among Canadian employees who split their time between working in their home and downtown offices — and it has gained a naughty nickname.
When given the choice, more hybrid workers are staying in their soft pants on Mondays and Fridays, while suiting up the rest of the week.
This new kind of work schedule has become so popular, it’s given rise to a crude abbreviation.
It’s an acronym, made up of the first letters of the days of the week that these employees are in the office, forming into a slang term for genitalia: Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
Better than WTF (Wednesday, Thursday, Friday)
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