Monday

I have coffee. Coffee loves me. Coffee understands.

Mostly that’s been running through my head for the past five minutes. WTF is daylight savings time and why the hell does the mainland do it? Yes, I’ve been here for years but my body still rebels over this nonsense.

CATS do not know it is daylight savings time. CATS want their noms in the morning regardless of what fucking time the clock says because as far as they know… it’s still six am.

The dog could care less. He’d sleep through a tsunami.

15 thoughts on “Monday

  1. Sadonna

    I get that we don’t want kids waiting in the dark for school buses (in Indiana there are entire counties with only one high school and bus rides can be easily over an hour to get to school) but I’d think the answer could be something other than this stupid daylight saving thing which has been proven to not save anything in the area of energy consumption which I thought was the whole reason we hung onto this relic

  2. Maryann

    Yes, I understand the cat reasoning, as I am owned by one. CJ is a 5 am baby!
    Cat’s want you when they want you, thats how that works!

    Daylight savings time was all about saving energy but I don’t think its saving anything.

  3. edga

    We have the same in the UK. I hate it. It takes an age to get used to it. Love coffee too, so much I’m not allowed to have a coffee machine in the house these days. I have to use a cafeteria, this means I drink less coffee cos I’m too bone idle to bother going through the whole palaver of making coffee in one of these. I want to just pour and it’s their 😠

  4. Cappa

    If it makes you feel any better Sloe Ride is out on Audible now! That makes everything better. I’m going to go press play immediately! See you in 9 hours. πŸ™‚

  5. We did our clocks a week ago…..still not used to the difference πŸ˜•…
    .. also speaking of difference, I notice that you say “could care less” implying room for manouver, us Brits say “couldn’t care less” as in zero fucks to give……just saying πŸ˜ƒ

  6. Dee Ash

    I prefer the end of summertime since we gain an hour, but doesn’t bother me overly with it being on a Saturday night/Sunday morning – I just sleep in regardless! I do like the US saying where you call Autumn Fall and have Spring Forward, Fall Back for remembering the clock direction. Very handy and I enjoy a play on words (or pune!)

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