Dress: c/o OASAP
Tights: c/o UK tights
I love green! Green green green. Green tights and green dress for the win. I got this dress a couple weeks ago and adore the pattern and the thick material, but it fits me strangely around the chest and makes me look boobless. I don’t understand why because there’s room in it so it’s not pushing my chest down, I think it’s how the fabric falls.
I have boobs really. Honest. Quite averaged sized ones, too.
Anyway, stop thinking about my boobs. Naughty pants. I’ve got summink’ I want to talk about.
Did the clocks go back for the last time?
Sunday was the end of British Summer Time. Which meant at 2am on Sunday morning, the clocks got pushed back so we could all enjoy an extra wonderful hour in bed. I LOVE AN EXTRA HOUR IN BED.
The clocks go forward in Spring to make the evenings lighter, so we can get more use out of the light. We put them back in the Autumn so it isn’t as dark when we’re getting up and getting our day started.
Well, MPs and academics are backing to switch to Central European Time to keep lighter evenings throughout the whole year. They are saying that lighter evenings will mean less road accidents and save on electricity bills as people won’t have to have their lights on as long. Although others are saying having school children going to school in the dark may put their safety at risk.
You’re probably wondering why on earth I cared enough to write a blog post about this. Well, after studying the Philosophy of Time at university, I’ve always been a bit mesmerised by time.
That, and the fact that the clocks going forward and backward is something that has always confused the fuck out of me. I’m old, so I’ve done it a lot. But every single time I ask the same question ‘Do we get an extra hour in bed or lose an hour? Every single time.
And nobody ever seems 100% sure of the answer.
I’m just glad all my time telling devices change automatically..
What do you think?