The anniversary of the week in which a person was born. The period of seven days generally reckoned from and to midnight on any day of the week, but markedly including one’s birthday, typically treated as an occasion for celebration.
Always celebrate the entire week of your birth, for nothing so splendid has before or, likely, will happen again in your lifetime; a birthweek gives you Saturday, even when your Birthday is on a Monday.
by Jared of Jaredland January 03, 2017
The new birthday! Birthweeks last for a total of seven days and encompasses the date of your 'Birthday'. It acknowledges that in some way, however small, you must make time to celebrate the fact that you are another year older. Every one of the seven days must include an act of celebration, whether this is a trip, a night out with your friends, a piece of cake, or opening a present. The celebration should always last a week and begins on the first day you celebrate.
Birthweek: Monday - cinema, Tuesday - yummy dinner cooked by your flatmate and cake, Wednesday (your official birthday) - Present opening and pub, Thursday - round at friends flat for drinks and nibbles, Friday - meal out with the family and granny, Saturday - night out with friends partying all night long, Sunday - Chilled afternoon in front of black and white movie and more cake!
by Mags110 February 04, 2010
When you decide that your birthday should last the whole week, you take the week off work, have multiple parties and go out every other night.
by doc brown November 15, 2007
(N)- 3 days before your birthday, your birthday, and 3 days after your birthday. This is the acceptable amount of time to blow off work/school to party. It is also acceptable, if you choose so, to attend work/school during this time drunk. See birthday.
by KadyKasm September 21, 2010