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Extra hour of sleep when clocks fall back? HA! Mary Katharine Ham, others note not for all

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http://twitter.com/#!/exjon/status/396797070423511040

Ha! Well, the clocks turned back for much of the country early Sunday morning. Twitter user @ExJon had to rub a little something in:

http://twitter.com/#!/exjon/status/396798118781403137

Sigh.

http://twitter.com/#!/AJConniff/status/396834083478978560

Heh. Also, get the heck off his lawn!

The clocks “falling back” via Super Pretend Time does not mean “but you’ll totally get an extra hour of sleep” either, as Twitter users swiftly pointed out.

http://twitter.com/#!/ConservCityGirl/status/396847199663169536
http://twitter.com/#!/rorycooper/status/396976356577521664
http://twitter.com/#!/SOOPAH_TROOPAH/status/397036773622415360

What **people do with the extra hour from Daylight Savings Time today:
**With no kids – sleep
**With kids – watch an extra hour of Dora— Jeff Volta (@JeffVolta) November 03, 2013

Oh the horror. Shudder. For that alone, someone must pay.

http://twitter.com/#!/CBGBJames/status/397021105308721152
http://twitter.com/#!/mims/status/396955571716247552
http://twitter.com/#!/MikeMarsman/status/396968899284983808
http://twitter.com/#!/CaniacMONK/status/397031335900221440
http://twitter.com/#!/SeanTrende/status/396985679596769280

And Mary Katharine Ham summed it up as only she can:

http://twitter.com/#!/mkhammer/status/396986062633181184

Exactly.



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