Literally No One Was Prepared For Daylight Saving Time This Morning

Daylight Saving Time marks the start of warmer weather, longer days, and earlier sunrises, but losing a full hour of sleep overnight is always unpleasant and jarring. Those who did a double-take glancing at the time this morning, or who slept through an appointment or alarm, are not alone: all of Twitter seems to be taking to the platform to express their befuddlement and grogginess this a.m.

According to CNN, the majority of people aren’t disrupted by Daylight Saving Time “at all,” but those who are mourning the extra hour of sleep are a vocal and spirited group (many of whom are in desperate need of a nap right now).

One thing is certain: Daylight Saving does not help with the Sunday scaries — or with making brunch reservations.

Everyone up, drunk or stoned on their phone at 159 am when their phone suddenly said 3am

— kelly oxford (@kellyoxford) March 11, 2018

wait did I just lose an hour of sleep on daylight savings??? that’s rude plz give it back

— lauren ✄ (@laurDIY) March 11, 2018

Looking at the clock this morning and it is an hour later then you expect. #DaylightSavings

— McNeil (@Reflog_18) March 11, 2018

I got in the shower to wash my hair at 1:40. When I got out, I checked my phone & it said 3:04…I lost my mind for a second! #DaylightSavings just pranked my ass into thinking I took a ridiculously long shower or got amnesia for an hour.

— Kimberly 🎄 (@ThePrattPack4) March 11, 2018

When you close eyes at 1:55

Then you roll over 5 minutes later and see it’s 3am #DaylightSavings

— read my Bio (@OMGits_Khairy) March 11, 2018

My face watching the clock go from 1:59 to 3:00 knowing I’m losing an hour of sleep #DaylightSavings

— Kyle (@KyleNoStyle) March 11, 2018

Waking up on #DaylightSavings

— Tsilavo Ratsimba… (@tsilavoRAT) March 11, 2018

Raise your hand if you've been personally victimized by Daylight Savings Time.

All of Twitter:

— De Elizabeth (@deelizabeth_) March 11, 2018

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