Imagine that you can turn back time for 1 hour, what would you like to do?
one hour ago may not make any difference but if i could, i wish i don't have to cook
I think she means any hour, not just one hour ago!
I would go back to a time when I still had all of my body parts and could wake up, even briefly, free of pain.
Yes any hour ,if i can back in time for 1 hour,i think i want to be again a child,to play ,to see my friends... and to fix some mistake`s <3
No, one hour definitely wouldn't make much of a difference in my life, hon. Now ... if I could turn back maybe 20 years ... WOW! I could really make some positive changes in my life but then that would probably affect my children's life as well. Whether that would be good or bad I don't know. However, if I could only change 1 hour I wouldn't make any changes.
Remake the decision I made when I moved to this city. I should have gone back to Cali.
I did not turn the clocks back for Daylight Savings Time this fall.
When people come to visit and they do not know that, they get back home and find that they have gain an hour. So! I like to think that I have given them the Gift OF Time (one hour).
I would sleep it off. Now ask what I would do if I could turn back 10 years!
I would not have burned the darn roast potatoes! yep, burned to a crisp! lol!
I wouldn't change anything, because I am cooking Thanksgiving dinner and can't wait for the family to arrive. Most days I'd sleep in an extra hour.
Talk to someone who passed away before I got a chance to see them. One hour would be great.
An hour? How about just 5 minutes? Casinos and stock markets come to mind...
by Wayne Tully 7 years ago
When the clocks go back one hour, I have one hour spare to sleep or work online....but when the clocks go forward I have just lost an hour!!!!!Bloody hell what a waste of time!
by Sabina Jamshed 6 years ago
Hi Hubbers! If you could turn back time(any range of time 10 years, 100 years etc), what would be that one thing you would change!! Would you change something personal or something about the world? Your replies will contribute alot to my new hub. So do let me know what you would...
by Zsuzsy Bee 8 years ago
It's the end of daylight savings time for another year in our neck of the woods...(Canada/US) so remember to turn your clocks back one hour... You don't want to be a geek and show up an hour early to work tomorrow.Have a great day everyone
by Faith Reaper 2 years ago
Don't forget to Spring Forward before going to bed tonight! Should we cancel Daylight Savings Time?Yes, it's that time of year again to lose an hour's sleep. Well, to be honest, I wish I could Spring Forward and never Fall Backwards again! For me, I love the extended daylight hours,...
by ElleBee 6 years ago
Do you think daylight savings is a good idea or pointless?
by Paula 15 months ago
Here 3 years or MORE? Please express for us ( fellow-hubbers)....... all changes you find to be VERY different, here at Hubpages, NOW, compared to when you first joined (& ensuing 1-2 years). Are you as satisfied & comfortable? More? Less? Indifferent? Explain, please
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