person 2: dammit james, its saturday night and i just had the best time drinking tonight and i cant stand to think that tomorrow is my last day to sober up before i have to go back to school
person 1: my friend, it seems you are suffering the sunday effect
person 3: lets just go play some guitar hero
person 4: fuck you alessandro
1)You spend the whole day asking your friends what they did on the weekend and comparing their stories to yours
2)You talk to people you wouldn't normally talk to on msn.
3)You keep telling yourself you have to get to your homework but never do because your mentally paralyzed and focused on comparing weekends with your friends
4)You constantly re-live the highlights of your weekend, pushing you further into Sunday depression because you long for more good things that can only happen on weekends. Also its very common to re-live good events of the weekend and think of ways you could have made those things better. The more things you think up that you could have done, the worse you'll feel.
5)You constantly re-live BAD parts of your weekend because you feel like what you did wasn't enough or want another chance at fixing the bad aftermath of whatever happened
For example if you fight someone on the weekend you'll constantly re-live the fight, thinking of ways you could have avoided it or ways you could have fought better.
Sundays are particularly bad if you don't have anything to look forward to the next weekend OR if you have things you AREN'T looking forward to during the week.
Basically the sunday effect is the general depression after the events of a weekend (whether it be a good or bad weekend) that causes your sunday to pass you by. It's like your memory isn't writing anything down.
There isn't any way to really get rid of the effect, all you can do is let the sunday go by OR actually get to your homework filling you up with self esteem.
GET TO WORK