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by Inquiring Minds. . .reply 1404/18/2013

2013-04-17

by Inquiring Minds. . .reply 104/17/2013

Ohhhh, deees isss sooo heavy!

by Inquiring Minds. . .reply 204/17/2013

Kris Lord always puts things into perspective.

by Inquiring Minds. . .reply 304/17/2013

17 April 2013

by Inquiring Minds. . .reply 404/17/2013

17.4.2013.

by Inquiring Minds. . .reply 504/17/2013

Thank you R4

by Inquiring Minds. . .reply 604/17/2013

Reading it "17 April" is so weird to me. Whenever I'm reading a British website or novel or whathaveyou, and I come across "date month" rather than "month date," it stops me cold and I have to re-orient myself.

by Inquiring Minds. . .reply 704/17/2013

Fail! I always use:

17 April 2013, 17 Apr 13, or 20130417

by Inquiring Minds. . .reply 804/17/2013

Count me in R4's column.

by Inquiring Minds. . .reply 904/17/2013

4/17/13

by Inquiring Minds. . .reply 1004/17/2013

Question for those who prefer "17 April": do you actually say "Today is 17 April..."?

by Inquiring Minds. . .reply 1104/17/2013

My friend Julian is such a cunt, she writes it 2456400

I hate her.

by Inquiring Minds. . .reply 1204/18/2013

R4, marry me!

by Inquiring Minds. . .reply 1304/18/2013

OP your poll sucks!

by Inquiring Minds. . .reply 1404/18/2013
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