- Would you rather the clocks didn't change tonight?
Don’t have a problem getting up in the dark knowing it will soon be light. Depressed knowing it gets dark mid afternoon with the sun dropping like a stone. Riding home in the dark sucks and is far more dangerous in rush hour traffic. Just seems people drive at 90 mph to get home.Posted 4 years agothegreatapeMember
Also shafted due to working 5pm to 3am, so I have decided this year to change my watch at 8am instead and go home 10 hrs after I started.
Also, I never know if I should change my phone, because it might already know, but might not. The result of this is that I am never quite sure whether or not to tell the children to f off when they wake me up on the first day of GMT.Posted 4 years agochiefgrooveguruMember
Yes, it’s a pain with babies and toddlers.
Miraculously the clock change coincides with us needing to get our baby up early because my wife is doing the Great South Run tomorrow – I imagine this will be the first and last time something this convenient happens…Posted 4 years ago
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