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  • Luna-Loco
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    Haha! That was my plan but we decided it meant tonight,so I had an extra day to get it done and now it's sorted. If they don't like it, they don't like it - I'll just have to find a corner to sit in and some worms to eat - nothing I'm not used to....

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  • AnnieAnna
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    I've got an idea!
    Forget all your troubles, forget all you woes.
    Forget the midnight thing and get it done the day before .
    That way you can spend all of the deadline day skipping around singing I don't have a dead line day any more. I'm done and dusted. I'm so happy tra la la.

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  • Luna-Loco
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    Originally posted by AnnieAnna View Post

    Luna - the are at the very end of the day stated.
    Forgive me for being blunt, but, WHAT?

    P.S. I know the difference between am and pm, and compared to last week this house is rather lacking in bloodsuckers

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  • Critchley
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    That really made me smile Annie, poor Luna, I bet it is as clear as mud now.

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  • AnnieAnna
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    Midnight in England is a different time to midnight in America.
    Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha.
    Runs and hides carring a big stirry spoon. (How do you spell sturrie?)

    Poor Luna. What are we doing to her? She's already loco!

    Luna - the are at the very end of the day stated.

    Or when the vampires appear, gremlins want feeding etc. Oh stop it Annie! Stop it!

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  • removed10
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    So, if the person has stated the deadline is midnight on, for example, a Tuesday, it would be during the Tuesday night, right? Because Tuesday has only just begun at 12:00 a.m., which is in the middle of the night between Monday and Tuesday.

    Oh heck, just tell the person you have to have a deadline of 11:00 a.m. or p.m.

    Okay, this is really annoying!!! I'm going to go think about something else.

    Oh yes, do read the wikkipedia article - how fun is that!?

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Midnight
    Last edited by removed10; 08-05-2011, 01:54 AM.

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  • removed10
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    Actually, it would be 12:00 a.m..

    Noon is 12:00 p.m.

    Okay, maybe a good way to get proof is to watch the time on your computer. See whether it says noon is a.m. or p.m. - or you can stay up until midnight and see what it says.

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  • Roslet
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    If the deadline were midnight today... it would be tonight at 12.00pm.

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  • Luna-Loco
    started a topic Midnight Deadlines?

    Midnight Deadlines?

    Are they when the day stated comes around or the midnight of the day stated leading to the next day?

    I'M SO CONFUSED!!!!!!!
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