Own up?

JoeOh

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car clock is right again now 😈
No time on car clock, battery disconnected last thtee months. Haven't worn a watch for same period.
All change tomorrow, summoned back to part time job.
 

anith

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Who forgot the clock change?
I got up Saturday changed the clock in the kitchen was getting Sunday lunch ready when the wife walked in from the shops with a pork pie for Saturday tea .
 

ohanzee

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This used to be simple but my tv, phone and laptop all update themselves automatically leaving me wondering what the hell time it is, I had to go to the car to find one that didn't update to realise it was already done.
 

eddleston123

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My phone didn't update. It's o.k. though, I've worked out how to do it.

I'll just take a calculator with me and add an hour on. It's not much inconvenience really.

Or I'll dial up the speaking clock!


Douglas
 

ohanzee

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There is something quite comforting about arriving at Morrisons an hour earlier than you set off, but not when you are told you can't buy beer😦
 

volksfish

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Just done mine
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mackiia1

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I wish I could forget - alarm went off at 05.30 to get up for work - which meant it was 04.30 to my body clock . Fcuk Sake - that's the middle of the night.:sleep::sleep::sleep:
 

ohanzee

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Ah! A regular day worker, doesn't do night shifts eh?

I suffer from a thing they call sleep deficit disorder, no natural biorhythm, night shifts just make it more complicated, they reckon up to 20% of the population manage some level of sleep deficit.
 

ohanzee

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In the depths of Winter it's nearly criminal to expect people to get up at this hour :)

I used to start at 3am to drive to the top of Scotland to start work, then work my way back, it was a strange but great feeling watching the sunrise before the day started proper, and odd to be half way into a shift as shops opened, if you worked the full 16 hours on the Monday you got the Tuesday afternoon off paid...imagine that now :D
 
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