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Happy Monday!

Ladies and gentlemen, the following scene from ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’…

is Monday in less than a minute.

Wildly optimistic expectations colliding with stone-cold reality–a winning formula for Lary David’s ornery TV character of the same name–is what defines Mondays.

It just is.

We’re all coming off the high (metaphorical) of the exciting weekend. The day after Sunday and before Tuesday is not fun yet it has to happen.

It just does.

And Larry David the character is here to provide us with laughs as Larry David the writer continues to showcase what life would be like if it were Monday every day of the week.

He (they?) just always will.

Have a Better Week Than Last Week. 

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Happy Monday!

Sometimes Mondays are difficult to kickstart with energy. We can all surely relate to this trying reality. Just the case of the–

Nope. Not going to write it.

But what I will write is that we’re not alone in knowing the answer to every question presented to us this workweek. The struggle is–

Nope. Let’s just watch.

Was that actually a deleted scene for ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’ or just a case of someone randomly filming Larry David on a bus?

Either way, the hilarity is real.

Have a Better Week Than Last Week. 

We Can Reset, but on My Terms

When can you and when can’t you?

Depends on the situation and the person.

If it’s a normal individual, then it is within the realm of possibility to hit the “reset button” in certain circumstances. If that individual is Larry David from ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm,’ then the answer is definitely no.

Hilariously no.

And, in actuality, today is the perfect day to hit the aforementioned and ever-famous reset button. Why? Because the question posed at the top is “When can you and when can’t you?”

When? On Wednesday.

You have got to admit that’s pretty good…pretty, pretty, pretty, pretty good.

Larry David to the Resc…You’ve Gotta Be Kidding

For Flashback Friday, I have one question for you:

Are you ready for the weekend?

Larry David never fails to make us laugh.

On a more serious note, if I had my own customized bat signal that illuminated the night sky, I’d be wherever I was needed in a second. From this alone, I understand Batman a little more for just that reason.

And of course, we understand Larry David and his brand of comedic justice.