Thank God It’s Friday is the tgif full form. The end of the week is night, It’s Friday, which means it’s time for happy hour and some well deserved relaxation. Whether you’re staying in with Netflix or hitting up a crowded dance floor at one last party before semester starts again (maybe even both), we’ve got exactly what your body needs to unwind from its stressful routine.
- The phrase TGIF stands for “Thank God It’s Friday.”
- The term was coined in the early 1900s by a Catholic priest named Father John O’Malley after he heard his parishioners say, “Thank God it’s Friday” while he served them breakfast on Saturday mornings.
- It is still used today to signify that people are looking forward to the weekend and all of its festivities.
- This blog post will provide an explanation of what TGIF means, where it originated from, and how it can be used in everyday conversation.
- As well as different ways to use this expression in order to get your point across more clearly or create humourous situations within conversations with friends or colleagues.
What does the T stand for in TGIF?
TGIF is an acronym meaning “Thank Goodness It’s Friday,” and so in this case the T stands for tonight in the sense of Fri-night. The TGIE is a common abbreviation meaning Friday evening at night, so where we often see Fridays with no letter twice in a row (ie: TGIF), it may be that that’s what people are using when they type “tie” followed by ‘i’, ie: TI. Either way, if you’re looking for help remembering which weeks go without F at school or work, I recommend these days to rely on when their initials stand for Fridays:
Tuesdays = TMITWIZZOEFRIDAY = Tuesday Night at 8.
What does TGIF mean in Snapchat?
It means “thank god it’s Friday.” It is Friday after all, and TGIF is meant to be a brief break before the weekend starts. Simplifying TGIF as just thanking “god” for Fridays can also be thought of as one way people express appreciation for the work they’ve completed that week. Or alternatively how satisfied they are with their day-to-day lives. But what this actually means is up to you! With Snapchat, there are infinite possibilities about how your future will turn out.
What is TGIF called?
Answer: Three of the most common sources that give TGIF its name and definition are:
- The Catholic church, which Latin term is Ter Gaudium Iesu Facti (meaning “The Joy of Jesus Being Made Flesh”- a translation of the word “Thursday”).
- The American phrase we all grew up with (Thank God It’s Friday).
- Saint Thérèse de Lisieux (a French saint who was canonised in 1925) writes this phrase in her autobiography.”‘Embarassed by these events Mama would say to me at last: ‘Marie-Jeanne, enough; it’s time for your holy hour.’ – Dear Maman! With joy she called me her little.