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Wednesday, the middle of the week, implying that you have to get "over the hump" before you can anticipate the weekend. The term was not originally intended to carry a second, more risque meaning. Source: Urban Dictionary
The phrase "Hump Day" could have originated in the 20th Century, but it is unknown who made the phrase.
Hump Day got popular when Geico aired it's commercial with a camel walking in an office yelling "Hump Day!" and "Guess what day it is" and reached 16 million views on YouTube in 5 months.
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