I really want to close this topic but I just want to make some little poll or just tell me what you think would be more commonly said in such case.
Today is Friday (10.2.2017)
I started my youtube channel 24.1.2017 and uploaded 5 videos since then. (I would say i have that channel for 2 two weeks, though it is going to be three after this one ends, i would not say three yet because it is not full three.)
What is more correct to say today or would be correct to say yesterday (Thursday) if I wanted to mention all my 5 videos ?
A. I have uploaded 5 videos in the last two weeks.
B. I have uploaded 5 videos in the last three weeks.
For me, A sounds more correct, like I understand that since that date(24.1.2017) it is more than 14 days, it is i believe 17-18 days so almost three weeks, but I would not say in the last three weeks because it is not full three weeks yet, because than it would not fit with (these videos were uploaded two weeks ago). If I said in the last three weeks (I would think some videos were uploaded 3 weeks ago.)
Do I understand it like many people would? What do you think? What you would say? Like I know every language can be a little different in this but I just want to make sure how it is used in English usually or more commonly.
Thanks for help and I apologize that I cannot stop thinking about this logic :/