Daylight Savings Time Ruined Every Canadian's Weekend And Here's All The Hilarious Tweets About It - MTL Blog

Daylight Savings Time Ruined Every Canadian's Weekend And Here's All The Hilarious Tweets About It

It's pretty clear that no one was ready to lose that hour of sleep.

It's no secret by now that over the weekend most of Canada was hit by Daylight Savings Time. If you weren't awake when the actual time changed, many of us were shocked to see the clock turn to 3:00 a.m. from 1:59 a.m. on Sunday morning. For others, it was a very confusing start to the day, as although you thought you slept in later than usual, you probably still felt tired.

Overall, the entire time change event has everyone thrown off right now. We're tired, confused, irritated, and just want to go back to sleep. But, since the week has just begun and we'll have to wait until next weekend to catch up on our lost hours of relaxing, what better way to complain about DST than to hear from all the other Canadians that hate it just as much as you do?

In case you didn't know, many Canadians logged into Twitter over the weekend to spread some rage on the lost hour. Needless to say, this will definitely make your Monday morning just a little bit better.

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TL;DR No one was prepared for Daylight Savings Time to take away an extra hour of sleep we could've had over the weekend. In response, many Canadians have gone to Twitter both outraged and confused. Read below for some of the best tweets.

Many Canadians tried to find the humour in the situation:

Others have responded in confusion or anger to the Government of Canada's PSA on the Daylight Savings Time clock change:

Canadians didn't forget to point out that there are some of us that don't even participate in the time change anymore, and are totally uneffected by DST (which we are all super jealous of):

Not only are Canadians trying to adjust to the unwelcome time change, but Americans have also taken to Twitter to complain about to hour of lost sleep and all the other confusion of DST.

How do you feel about Daylight Savings Time?

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