A lot of Norse days :>
Interesting. I'm hoping you'll do the same type of post for Friday and that Friday looks less frightening.xoRobyn
I am learning a lot with your posts. Kisses,:)
Cool facts Adam :-)
So the Marvel character has a day named after him....
Thor, one I've heard of at least
Another informative entry. Though I've learned this stuff during my study of Roman and Greek mythology. Thanks for sharing.
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The god of thunder! Very cool..
wow, well so it's Thor's day today haha will there be an avenger alliance? hahaha JK
I had no idea that the days of the week were named after people...interesting!!
I'm liking these days of the week origins. I'm learning Spanish now that I live in Mexico and I used to confuse Jueves with Huevos. 'J' is pronounced like 'H' and 'H' is not pronounced at all. In my confusion, I sometimes ordered 'Thursdays Rancheros' for breakfast.
Someone get me a Mjolnir! It's Thorsday!
Now this one I knew—finally! ;)
That's nice, does it not extend it's roots to French with jeudi?
yes that's based on jupiter too
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Very interesting Adam. I am going to be going to see the new Thor movie when it comes out. I enjoyed the first one.
Me too, I loved the original
Another interesting day of the week fact :)
Que interesante conocer de donde provienen los nombres de los días!!Saludoshttp://judithbysucre.blogspot.com.es
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So THAT'S why it's called 'jueves'? How cool is that?
Mythical figures are always interesting.Greetings,Filip
They've been talking about Thor a lot on the "Vikings" series.
I think "Thorsday" would be a lot cooler. It should be changed.MabelMabel Cooks
No kidding? This is so much fun!