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THE LAND OF CONSTANT TIME (ARIZONA) — Sunday morning may have been rough for a few of you. It’s possible you were headed to work, church or brunch and when you arrived you were the only one there. You can thank daylight saving time for your blunder.
I wish this were a joke, but even though I repeat this phrase to myself twice a year — “fall back and spring ahead” — it never makes sense to me until it actually happens. Then I start thinking about it and my brain melts a little and I have to take a nap. So I try to not to think about it.
I know I’m not the only one who gets a small aneurysm twice a year because this video expresses all of my annoyances, confusion and frustrations with daylight saving. The worst part is I’m still not sure if I hate it or like it, but one thing for sure is that I don’t get it all the time.
So check out the video and laugh as the rage slowly boils inside of you and you become even more confused than you were.
If daylight saving time gets to be too much for you, just take a page out of the book of this video and blame the farmers. Actually, don’t; farmers are awesome. How else do you expect to eat a baked potato? No farmer, no potato. No farmer, no bacon. No farmer, no sour cream and cheese. No farmer, no chives. Man, high-five to all the farmers. Great, now I’m hungry.
I’m going to go get a bite to eat while you enjoy this video.
John has been writing about movies, news, sports and pretty much anything awesome for more than five years. John is the co-host of the Flix Junkies podcast and will always entertain you with his stories. John is an alumnus of both Utah Valley University and BYU. He, his wife and their two children call Salt Lake City home.