Daylight Savings: A Minority Opinion

I love it.

I don’t care. I know all the arguments, and I don’t care. I love it.

I mean, I’m never up at sunrise anyway, or at anything even resembling sunrise. I’d much rather have that hour of sunlight at the end of the day, when I can actually use it. I love looking out of the window at the end of the workday and having it still be light. I know, it’s an artifical construct and I could just get up an hour earlier — but it still feels like I’m getting something for free. I love it.

The only downside is when it ends. You’ve got your darkness and your long nights creeping in on you bit by bit — and them bam. It’s like an anvil dropping on your head.

I still don’t care, though. I still love it.

Daylight Savings: A Minority Opinion

3 thoughts on “Daylight Savings: A Minority Opinion

  1. 1

    pero…..como podes ser tan **** de **** ?????
    Si pareces Napoleon!!!!
    Que ***** mas *** carajo!!!!
    Lo unico que te falta para asustar del todo a la gente es sacarte la ****** abrirla con una mano mientras te ***** en la pared.
    Yo si es para padecer este tipo de cosas, no les suelto ni un **** dolar a los de Adult Friend Finder

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