Happy Friday mi gente! I know it’s only early time yet, but it’s almost the weekend. Before you know it, lunch will be followed by closing time and then happy hour.
Woo Hoo! Happy Friday and also Happy Moscato Day to any wine drinkers out there. In celebration for the weekend grab your favorite bottle of the sweet vino and pour yourself a glass to enjoy while catching the Friday primtetime line-up.
You made it, it’s Friday! The work week is finally over and we are only a couple of hours away from clocking out and getting the weekend started.
Woo hoo! It’s Friday and I know many of you are celebrating double because you’re on vacation as of today. I’m not as luck as you are however, but someone has to be around to tell you what’s available on TV right?
I don’t know about you guys but after a full night of emotional television last night, I’m ready for a much more relaxed viewing experience for my Friday night. Here’s what I’ll be watching:
Not only are we celebrating the arrival of Friday, but I’m sure many of you are also nursing a sugar hangover from all the trick-or-treating you did last night for Halloween. Once you’re home and ready to relax, kick back in front of the TV for a laid back Friday night.
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