It's Summer time?


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So did anyone forget to put their clocks forward 1 hour last night?
 
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Yup! I've got one of those automatic radio controlled ones and got a bit of a shock when I woke up at 10:30 ;)
 
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i've got a clock that wasn't changed back an hour last september, the times now right again, who says lazyness doesn't pay off!
 
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Techy said:
i've got a clock that wasn't changed back an hour last october, the times now right again, who says lazyness doesn't pay off!

like your style!!! lol :)

good to see lazyness paying off
quite a fine example!
 

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oops, did they? what time is it then? ... is it tomorrow yet?

murdoch said:
So did anyone forget to put their clocks forward 1 hour last night?
err, :blush:

So I'm running an hour behind everybody ... :p

:rolleyes:



* bad enough to loose a day ... stupid idea anyway *
 
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muckshifter said:
err, :blush:

So I'm running an hour behind everybody ... :p

:rolleyes:



* bad enough to loose a day ... stupid idea anyway *
Wakey wakey:lol:
 

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I only figured it out at 4pm/5pm, lol, when I noticed time on the computer.

That one took me by surprise.

Yippee! It's still light at 7.15pm. Best time of year :)
 
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Hey, its funny over here. All the computers are changing the time back an hour for winter. But the government decided to delay daylight savings by a week for the commonwealth games, so everyones computer is set wrong etc.

Ha ha ha.
 
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i spent the whole day at Belgium, got up at 4am and got home at 11pm and losing an hour as well was very tiring
 

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We just lost an hour (over a week ago now) & are missing it terribly :( getting dark by 7pm now. By time John gets home from work (5:30 or so) there's no time to do anything before dusk is cutting down on visibility. wish we could have daylight savings year round :rolleyes::D
 
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'shiver' *wrapps more jerseys on*
:p
 
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