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1. Do you have the "Monday blues"?
2. Do you have the blue Monday?
3. Do you have Monday blues?
4. Do you have blue Monday?
5. Do you have blue Mondays?

(Which one are correct?)

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    Do you have the monday "blues"?

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    #1 is correct. "Monday blues" is in quotes because it is the name of a condition.

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