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Not quite Kyphosis — at all

In News on February 15, 2017 at 7:39 am

Qui Entertainment Magazine

hump-on-the-back“Hump” on the backs of 4 and an exclamation mark.

Kyphosis. What it is? Kyphosis is the medical definition of ahump back. Kyphosis is evidence of an abnormal curvature in the upper back. It is grammatically and socially offensive to call the back condition a hump.

So what’s abnormal about the curve of the mid-week point that it is deemed “Hump Day?” I went on the hunt for clarity on this “hump” and found:

“Starting around 1965, Wednesday began being referred to as “hump day.” Smack dab in the middle of the traditional work week,
arriving at Wednesday symbolizes that we’ve made it over the hump and the weekend is in sight.
Mar 19, 2014″

http://blog.dictionary.com/wednesday/

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Words, Words, Words. I can’t explain them all
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