Here are two idioms to talk about when you’re having a bad day. You know, sometimes you have a good day: you get up, everything’s great… Sometimes you have a bad day; it just seems like everything goes wrong. Everything happens wrong on a bad day. There are good days and bad days.
And one way people talk about having a bad day is they say, “I’m having a bad hair day.” A bad hair day. Bad hair.
Sometimes maybe you sleep on your hair, then you get up and you don’t shower or something, and then your hair looks bad all day. And then you feel bad and it just makes everything go wrong because your hair is bad.
“She’s having a bad hair day!” The idiom is saying “bad hair” but it means just everything is going wrong. It’s a bad hair day: everything is going wrong.
And another way to say it is to say you “woke up on the wrong side of the bed.”
“Today I woke up on the wrong side of the bed and everything went wrong. Everything was bad. I woke up on the wrong side of the bed.”
You wake up and you get out of bed on this side, but today you got out of bed on this side. Oh, it’s the wrong side of the bed.
I woke up on the wrong side of the bed. Side – of – the – bed: sidothebed.
“She woke up on the wrong side of the bed today. So just don’t worry about her, everything’s going wrong!”
Okay? I hope you got up on the right side of the bed today, you’re not having a bad hair day. I don’t have to worry about bad hair very much, do I? It’s always the same.
Hope you have a great day, not a bad day, not a bad hair day, get up on the right side of the bed today.