LONDON, July 6 (UPI) -- A British hotel said its survey indicates four in 10 adults in the country consider Sunday to be the most boring day of the week.
Premier Inn, which conducted the survey of 2,000 Britons to launch its $29 room promotion, said 40 percent of those surveyed cited Sunday as the most boring day of the week, and about the same percentage said they still get the same "Sunday night feeling" they experienced before going to school.
"The recent bank holidays have been a great time for us all to enjoy a bit of extra time off work and visit family or even take a short break away, so it's not surprising that our weekends now feel shorter," Premier spokeswoman Claire Haigh said.
"Sundays should be a day to relax and enjoy the last of the weekend break but the results show that people are instead spending their Sundays thinking about work for the week ahead, so they are the most dreaded day of the week. Getting the Sunday Blues is quite common so we would advise people to plan their weekends in advance so they can make the most of the Sunday and turn it into a day to look forward to."