☞ Meaning (Idiom): A day on which one´s hair is unmanageable. This incident tends to dictate the rest of the day with unpleasant situations. A day when all seems to be wrong or unpleasant.
☞ Translation: Un día en el que uno no está satisfecho con cómo le queda el cabello. Un día en el que las cosas parecen ir no tan bien, o salen mal desde temprana hora.
☞ Pronunciation: ´´a bad her dey´´
This first came into prominence in the language following its use in the 1992 film Buffy the Vampire Slayer.Buffy (Kristy Swanson) to the one-armed vampire Amilyn (Paul Reubens):
“I’m fine but you’re obviously having a bad hair day.” The phrase was already known by that date but not very widely used. In July 1988 the Press Democrat, a Santa Rosa, California newspaper printed: “Even those who emerge from the sea to casually braid their shiny wet vines into a thick coil with a hibiscus on the end also have bad-hair days.” Whether that’s where the term was coined isn’t certain, although it is a strong contender. There are many hearsay reports that it is much earlier, but no hard evidence has emerged to support them. Source: http://www.phrases.org.uk/meanings/bad-hair-day.html
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