If you completely forgot the clocks were going forward last night, you're not alone.
It seems many woke up this morning to be alerted by social media that they'd lost an hour of sleep, finding themselves mistrustful of their phones, and realising they were late for something.
Here's what they had to say...
The clocks went forward last night! Time to google 'time now' just to make sure but not fully believe the results!
— aoife (@aoiph) March 27, 2016
Also, completely forgot that the clocks went forward until I saw @aoiph's tweet. My Easter is going about as well as Padraig Pearse's did.
— Alan (@alan_maguire) March 27, 2016
I can't tell if my phone has moved forward itself so really I have no idea what time it is????????
— H (@hazwatson98) March 27, 2016
Remember to turn your clocks forward an hour, or if you're from Cavan, Sun-Dials#clocksgoforward
— Ryan Cullen (@RyanCullen90) March 27, 2016
WHAT TIME IS IT?!?
— Chris Ramsey (@IAmChrisRamsey) March 27, 2016
I stayed up until 1pm to check phone is smart enough to change time on its own. It is. I slept 1hour less 4no reasons. #clocksgoforward
— Fede Rica (@FedoraBella) March 27, 2016
just think about how many drunk people are going to get confused when the clocks go forward later ????????
— aidan (@_aidanflynn) March 26, 2016
"Don't forget the clocks go forward tonight."
"Is that the good one or the bad one?"
— Alice Reeves (@Alice_Reeves) March 27, 2016
— Saga (@SagaUK) March 27, 2016
Damn those clocks last night! pic.twitter.com/MnTpauZGp7
— TwistedDoodles (@twisteddoodles) March 27, 2016
— Andrew Isidoro ???? (@Andrew_Isidoro) March 27, 2016
— Alfred Smith (@rheyankaj) March 27, 2016
Don't blame it on sunshine
Don't blame it on moonlight
Don't blame it on good times
Blame it on the clocks going forward
— Donna (@DonnaIRL) March 26, 2016