Daylight Saving (Saves No One)

*So this happened before everyone had cell phones that automatically updated the time and your alarm for you. Kids these days will never know real struggle.

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Plus, you know, leap years.

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13 Responses to Daylight Saving (Saves No One)

  1. weebluebirdie says:

    This happened to me once when the clocks went forward in Spring….and I didn’t. The joys of BST 🙂

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  2. awax1217 says:

    Time is relevant to the moment. A minute in a boring class is like working a full day in a job of ennui. Waiting for the hammer to fall can be an eternity. A year of drinking can be a life of liver failure. It is all how you look at it, said the blind man.

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  3. Haha! Yeah, it used to get me every time too before cell phones. I never know what’s going on.

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  4. tlcombs says:

    I’m going to send this to HR at my office. I think it will help them understand properly what they’ve misdiagnosed as “a case of the Mondays”. Damn lost hour of my life!!!

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  5. Ugh we should just leave the clocks alone!

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  6. Reblogged this on and commented:
    Anyone else still suffering from the time change and how it not only makes you sleepy but full of existential angst?

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  7. pegoleg says:

    If you never, ever go to church on any other day, always go the day after the clocks change. Then you can laugh at the people who forgot. Because that’s the kind of good, Christian I am.

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