just another day at the office

just another day at the office

Another in a series of typical, ordinary days, especially in the context of work. (Often used to highlight that one's typical day consists of things not normal for most people.) A: "How was your day, dear?" B: "Oh, just another day at the office—customers threatening to sue, employees trying to steal merchandise, the usual. During the team's peak, each win seemed like just another day at the office. Now that they've fallen so far in the ranks, every win feels hard earned.
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just another day at the office

boring routine.
1997 Times Professional cricket has been reduced to just another day at the ‘office’.
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just another day at the office

A sarcastic description of an unusual event, usually but not always at a workplace. An online race car article by Kenny Bruce had, “Jimmie Johnson finally wins at Bristol and it’s just another day at the office for the four-time Sprint Cup champion” (March 21, 2010). Or, “A co-worker who was being let go vented his rage in a shooting spree—just another day at the office!”
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ANDRE VILLAS-BOAS claimed the sacking of Roberto Di Matteo was "just another day at the office" for Chelsea.