Daylight saving time, Twitter-style! ‘Spring forward’ into funnies!/richardmarx/status/310610200711278594

That’s a win right there, Richard Marx!

Twitter users, including singers Richard Marx and Pink, were a bit grumpy over the dreaded time change this morning.

I think this daylight savings time is really stupid and rude. I’m tired so screw you spring ahead!!!!

— P!nk (@Pink) March 10, 2013

This. RT @danisett: “Spring forward” Saturday night is the worst night of the year.#teamsleep

— Matthew Newman (@MDMRN) March 10, 2013

People in a couple of states not affected by this horror are feeling pretty smug today!

People in Arizona and Hawaii are so damn smug today.

— emanym (@freightfrogger) March 10, 2013

I love how smug Arizona is not moving their clocks ever aka I will not lose out on an hour of sleep tonight.

— Jacob Smith (@J_Smith219) March 10, 2013

I guess the only option I have to get away from this DST stupidity is moving to Hawaii. (Not Arizona. I’m not that upset about it.)

— Scott Johnson (@ScottToGo) March 10, 2013

As for the rest of the country: Some took their anger out on farmers.

Just set my clock ahead an hour. Thanks a lot farmers.

— Ken Murray (@murraymaker) March 10, 2013

My mother on daylight savings: “We don’t need it to be light at 5:30 am, we’re not goddamn farmers! Fuck Benjamin Franklin!”

— Chokeahontas (@COM_PU_TERS) March 9, 2013


— aidan noell. (@dudeitsaidan) March 10, 2013

Heh. Others try to console themselves with humor. Spring forward? Into funnies! Here are some of our favorite daylight saving time tweets.

What is time, when you get right down to it? RT @theh2: Does anyone really know what time it is? Does anybody care? #SemiAnnualTweets

— Gabriel Malor (@gabrielmalor) March 10, 2013

Daylights savings time is approaching and I’m jumping ahead two hours so i can look back for an hour and laugh at you jerks.

— GregGutfeld (@greggutfeld) March 10, 2013

I refuse to spring forward. I shall walk at a slow pace in a respectable manner, probably taking an hour to do so.

— Colin Mochrie (@colinmochrie) March 9, 2013

Spring forward? “Ain’t nobody got time for that.”

— Sean Agnew (@seanagnew) March 10, 2013

Libertarians think we should decide for ourselves what time it is.

— Nathan Wurtzel (@NathanWurtzel) March 10, 2013

I hope whoever thought up Spring Forward was later ignominiously dealt with by a Looper.

— Jeff Emanuel (@jeffemanuel) March 10, 2013

At my age, if I try to spring forward, I’m liable to break a hip.

— Church Curmudgeon (@ChrchCurmudgeon) March 9, 2013

The best (or worst [?]) part about it all is that she wasn’t kidding. Not even a little bit. Oh, mom. #SpringForward…

— Mayghen Schaeffer (@sanguinesirenn) March 10, 2013

They do spring forward late at night so the old folks don’t have to be dragged, kicking and screaming into the future.

— Paul (@cynicanoldicus) March 10, 2013

Because of the sequester, we will all get one less hour of sleep tonight. #springforward

— Whitney Pitcher (@whitneypitcher) March 10, 2013

Tim Hortons smartly uses it as a way of promotion!

Words of wisdom for those who lost an hour of sleep last night… #SpringForward

— Tim Hortons (@TimHortons) March 10, 2013

@jakefogelnest the only good thing about losing an hour is it’s an hour less of seeing your stupid tweets

— Andy Levy (@andylevy) March 10, 2013

fyi i will not be setting my clocks ahead on sunday. tired of this garbage.

— Andy Levy (@andylevy) March 8, 2013

oh let me guess i’ll set my clocks ahead and then six months from now they’ll tell me to set them back no thanks obama

— Andy Levy (@andylevy) March 8, 2013

Get ready to Spring Forward, everyone! Except for you, Chavez. 🙁

— Cuffé (@CuffyMeh) March 9, 2013


More, please! If we have to lose an hour of sleep, let’s at least make up for it with giggles.

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