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    Its early this year but no one banked on the clocks going forward an hour so will be even earlier

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    Quote Originally Posted by niceguyme View Post
    Its early this year but no one banked on the clocks going forward an hour so will be even earlier
    But the clocks always go forward one hour on the last Sunday in March! There is nothing unusual about that!

    The fact that the clocks go forward at 1am on Sunday really means that Easter Sunday is being cut short, not early as it is only 23 hours long!
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    Point taken, but reguardless of the clocks going forward an hour most people will have the same amount of time to eat their easter eggs.

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    Easter is very much a movable feast.
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