Working hard or hardly working?

Well, this post will be about work.

A couple of months ago, when we started this blog, we were 7 college students. From July until now, 3 of us have started working, one each month (I was the last to join). So I thought I should make a post with a song about work.

And when I think of work the first song that comes to my mind is Dolly Parton‘s  “9 to 5” (probably because I don’t know that many songs about work, even if there are a lot). It does not fit perfectly in Portuguese’s timetable – we usually work 9 to 6, as almost everyone has a one-hour lunch break -, but it is still nice 😛

Enjoy your weekend 😉

PS – just a not to mention that this song was originally written for the film Nine to Five.

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4 comments on “Working hard or hardly working?

  1. pedroganco says:

    Nice post! =D
    Sorry for only commenting it today but I’ve been working… from 7h to 16h
    Love the post title!

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