I’m sure by now you’ve noticed that today is Daylight Saving (yes, it really is “saving,” not “savings”). If you’re anything like me, you woke up this morning and congratulated yourself on not sleeping the ENTIRE day away, then looked at your cellphone, realized it was an hour later than the clock on your nightstand said, whispered “screw it” and just went back to bed. It was a waste of a day at that point, anyway.
Seriously. I hate Daylight Saving. Well, actually, I take that back. I hate it in the spring when I lose an hour. And, apparently, I’m not alone because the internet right now is blowing the eff up. Using the hashtag “DaylightSavingsProblems” (again, no “s” on the end of “saving,” but whatever), the corporate drones of America are letting the Twitter-verse know just how unhappy they are.
Is it 11 or Midnight? Sunday or Monday? Love or infatuation? Indigestion or a heart attack? My body is so confused. #DaylightSavingsProblems
— Randy Gardner (@rgardner33) March 9, 2015
— Anna G. Larson (@msannagrace) March 9, 2015
Tomorrow is going to be rough. My brain is not going to sleep. #DaylightSavingsProblems
— Stephani Neff (@stephibneff) March 9, 2015
When my sleep schedule is finally back to normal, it'll be time to change the clocks again. #DaylightSavingsProblems
— Jen (@Xschnooki) March 8, 2015
#daylightsavingsproblems jumping out of bed realizing your late
— TAYLOR STEVENS™ (@TAYSTEVENS) March 8, 2015
#DaylightSavingsProblems I woke up at 9 but it was 10 Hell Is A Real Place
— Chris Traeger (@ahrry) March 8, 2015
I already miss that hour we lost. #DaylightSavingsProblems
— Shelby Lynne☀️ (@shelby_lynne12) March 8, 2015
Why do we lose an hour during midterms week? This is when I need more time in the day, not less #DaylightSavingsProblems
— Grad Girl Problems (@gradgirlprobs) March 8, 2015
Now go to bed. Tomorrow’s gonna suck. .