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By the same author as Grand Line 3.5
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Keirgo




3rd Feb 2021, 3:49 AM
"All of the Sundays."

I never know if there's something I'm missing with this, but I always assumed her name came from the phrase 'in a month of Sundays.' Aside from Sunday being a holy rest day, a 'month of Sundays' is a holiday that does not exist, same as how her partner, 'Mr 0', is a number that 'does not exist.'

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THM2




3rd Feb 2021, 5:43 AM

Huh. I've never heard of that phrase before. Other attached meanings Google tells me include "a very long time" which points toward jer historical interest and purpose, as well as "a time devoid of joy or amusement" which fits her personality. Wild.

I took it as Nat's meaning, being literally "every weekend, every regular day off, every quiet unackowledged holiday that passes without comment".

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Michael




3rd Feb 2021, 11:50 AM

As Oda put it, the female code-names are ranked in accordance with what he personally finds to be the most important holidays.

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Halosty45

Halosty45




3rd Feb 2021, 12:23 PM

Having a day off every week is truly important.

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Sirkman




4th Feb 2021, 10:58 AM

Huh...for some reason, I always thought it was a Christian holiday of some sort, like All Saint's day, or All Souls Day, but looking it up now...nothing.

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Michael




4th Feb 2021, 2:39 PM

You might be thinking of Easter Sunday, and Easter is more important to the Christian faith than Christmas.

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Samantha




7th Oct 2021, 10:00 PM
"All-Sunday"

Theoretically, you could have an All Saints Day fall on a Sunday. The next one is 2026. However, Oda apparently thinks of holidays based on importance, and he apparently always gets Sunday off or something.

https://www.quora.com/Why-was-Nico-Robin-One-Piece-called-Miss-All-Sunday-That-is-horrible/answer/Shubham-D-Raj

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A Quiet Reader




4th Feb 2021, 4:54 PM

The most common usage that I've seen is the "long time" version-- A month['s worth] of Sundays, aka 30 Sundays, aka 30 weeks.

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Ringmaster




3rd Feb 2021, 6:09 AM

Its little details like this which make me appreciate this fandom more.

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