It’s that time of year where your afternoons get dark quicker. Daylight savings time ends at 2 a.m. on November 6.

Are you one of those people who can never seem to get it right about how to set your clock? I’ve got you covered, set your clock back one hour. In case that still blows your mind, there’s a diagram below to demonstrate what “setting your clock back” looks like.

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You can play it safe and set your clock back on Saturday, November 4, that way if you’re in the club or at a party having a great time you’ll get an extra hour of fun. To the party promoters out there, be sure to pay the Dj for that extra hour of playing time. An hour is still an hour, no matter how you cut it. Also, it would be good to set it back Saturday so you won’t be late to church, or late for work either. Let’s not anger your boss or the head of the church when you walk in late smelling of booze.

"That Daylight Saving Time began in Germany on May 1, 1916, in the hopes that it would save energy during World War I, according to Michael Downing, author of Spring Forward: The Annual Madness of Daylight Saving Time,” said

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