If you're in the UK you'll all be very aware of Daylight Saving Time - AKA that dreaded time of year when the clocks go forward an hour and all hell seems to break loose. That Sunday lie-in you were looking forward to? Not much of a lie-in any more. But hey, I guess I can't complain too much (even though I'm evidently great at it) because at least the weather is about to warm up...sometime in the future, maybe.
1. You'll crave meals at weird times of the day. Lunchfast, anyone?
2. People will try to make small talk with you about how they 'could have really done with that extra hour of sleep'
3. When the reality is we could all just go to bed one hour early the night before (ha, as if that's ever going to happen)
4. No matter how often you check your watch, you'll never fully understand whether or not the clock is lying to you
5. You'll wait until 00:59 just to watch the clocks change to 02:00..then you'll realise you have to be up in a few hours
6. No matter how old you are, your parents will always advise you about the clocks going forward (thanks Mum)
7. Mid day naps will become a must to get through the day without losing your sanity
8. You'll forget to change the time in your car, and eventually get used to reading the time wrong instead of actually fixing it
9. At least someone will make a joke about travelling through time
10. You'll feel robbed of an hour for the rest of the day, and have absolutely no one to blame
Do any of these ring any bells?