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'Okay. . . five more! Spring forward! Fall back.'
"What shall we do with that hour we gain this weekend?"
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"Returning to standard time is always difficult. I gain an hour of worrying."
"Sorry I'm late, chief - I fell back when I should have sprung ahead."
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'Now that the clocks have changed you can use that extra hour that you can't spend in the garden decorating the kitchen'
'With daylight savings time starting this weekend, I now have to get up an hour earlier to crow.'
"How do I turn my biological clock back an hour?"
The last minute of Daylight Savings Time leaves the room.
"Our proposal is to start each day with GMT to give light mornings, then switch to BST in the afternoon for the light evenings."
Animals and Daylight Savings Time...
Animals and Daylight Savings Time. . .
'Did you get a chance to change the clocks yet?'
'Looks like someone forgot British Summer Time started today.'
'We'll be losing a whole hour every day - these government cutbacks are getting ridiculous!'
'You're two hours late AGAIN? How many times do I have to tell you? - It's 'spring forward, fall back'!'
'Too far! You turned the clocks back too far.'
'Hon, I set all of your clocks an hour forward for daylight savings time.'
"Sorry. It's 'Fall back,' 'Spring forward.'"
"Sure! Finally it gets sunny and warm and we lose an hour! Why can't we lose an hour in February?"
Daylight saving ends