• people who leave their phones set to
military time are fuckin war criminals
how do you look at 16:05 and go wow i
can understand that
fucking
bootlickers whats next? you gonna go
join the army??recruit me?
americans be like ok i cant count past
12 actually
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    • Its funny, I find the people who use the term bootlicker a lot tend to want lots of government control and to bow down to their every word
      YoureNext 10 jul
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    • Military members reading this: 😐
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    • Damn, guess I’m a war criminal.
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    • I always use that format,i find it better than AM or PM.
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    • It's pretty easy for me. I just subtract 12 after it hits 13:00
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    • Subtract 2 and take away the one
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    • i use army time/world time its easier for me idk why
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    • He talks about military time but then says bootlickers which implies police so I'm confused
      Curufinwe 10 jul
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    • I switched to military time after I accidentally set an alarm for 4am instead of 4pm and was late for an appointment while also being woken up disgustingly early
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    • Dumbasses who can’t do basic arithmetic
      Urbanxx 10 jul
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    • Medical workers reading this: 😐
      Cacaonut 10 jul
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    • Tbh military time makes more sense. What dumbass decided 12 o clock would come before 1 o clock
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    • 4:05 pm
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    • It's so weird that you guys call it military time
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    • y’all know how to read time ?
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    • ??? I thought it was mostly Americans who used military time, what's this about us not being able to count past 12? -comment made at 20:44
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    • 20:00 seems a lot later than 8 pm
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    • You know the rest of the world uses this time..
      mattomox 11 jul
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    • Apparently I'm a war criminal :/
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    • People in the national guard who’ve never left the United States set their phone to military time and think they’re a war hero
      brizza 11 jul
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    • Seriously it’s not that hard
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    • Valyrison 12 jul
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    • Liberal autist moment
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    • You're what is technically called a challenged retard. An earth day is 24 hours, not 12. Maybe if you could do even basic math beyond 3rd grade you could figure it out. Hell my dog even knows military time!
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    • Dumbasses who can't do basic arthritis
      IlIl 12 jul
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    • just call it 24hr
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    • Man fucking Americans are so bad at *shuffles deck, draws card* math.
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    • I think military time should be the standard time as well
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    • i switched mine just incase i would need to know it in the future. better to know how to tell both than just one
      Kingheffy 10 jul
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    • Its not even military time. Its more like global time
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    • 24 hr clock is better in every way, am/pm are for smooth brains
      D1Keys 12 jul
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    • There's 3 types of people in the world... people who can do math and people who can't...
      zerosober 11 jul
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    • Wellllll theres 24 hours in a day. Jus sayin.
      ddawgg747 11 jul
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    • My dad (a civilian, if you're wondering) taught me military time first because it made more sense to me. There are 24 hours in a day, so there are also 24 hours on a clock.
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    • Le me with military time enabled
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    • I just don’t get why you would use military time. Someone will tell you to meet them at 4pm not 1600 hours. Setting your phone to military time is just inefficient unless you’re used to converting.
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    • If the time is 17:56, just subtract 2. 17:32 - 2:00 = 15:98 = 5:56
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    • Bitches really not able to understand that 16 means like... idk 7 6 o clock or some shit right.
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    • My work schedule uses military time. It isn't that hard to read military time.
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    • Military time is easy to understand, but I just use the 12 hour time for convenience when someone looks at my phone for the time
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    • Legit bro I still get 12 am confused for Midnight instead of Noon
      NahManMan 11 jul
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    • Is midnight 12am or 12pm I honestly don’t know
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    • Yes because the military is the only organization in this country that uses a 24 hour clock format
      bwgriff66 10 jul
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    • Minus 2 and drop the one.
      mela 12 jul
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    • You just subtract 12 when it goes beyond 1200. 16:05 is 4:05 pm.
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    • Don’t people in Japan use 24 hr time?
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    • People who are saying “you just subtract x to get y and you have number so easy you just don’t want to count” are the worst. 24hr time, at it’s optimal, is just like speaking your first language. It’s just something you know. You don’t say in your head “1600 is 4:00”. You just understand the time.
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    • Imagine being weak
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    • If the time is past 12 you subtract 2 from the hour to get the time. So 1300 - 2 is 1 o clock. 1600 - 2 is 4 o clock
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    • As an American I can tell you that a 24 hour clock is not solely used for the military, they use it to match the majority of the rest of the world so when they're in a different country they can still easily know what time it is when looking at a clock. This is just another example of America (1/2)
      MioNyan 11 jul
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    • Imagine outing yourself as dumber than a servicemember lol
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    • I use military time bc I work in the hospital and that’s what they use so it’s easy
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    • I know military time because i serve in the military you fucking retard
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    • My friend who's dad is a retired Marine uses military time. Never did and still don't understand it. BUT! I have my own advantage! He doesn't know how to use a yo-yo! HaHA! You're not better than me!
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    • All you do is take away the 1 and - 2 hours
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    • Meanwhile the rest of the world used this time set.
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    • Its more efficient then your dumbass 12 hour time
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    • We’ve learned two ways to keep track of time, and the people that can’t comprehend how military time works are trying to make us seem unintelligent, funny!
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    • Military time pffft, I use Zulu time!!!
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    • Subtract 2 ignore the 10’s place. I use it so when others use it I can understand them, it doesn’t affect you when people use regular time.
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    • I use military time
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    • 12:59................
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    • Just subtract 12 from the time given wtf.
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    • Haha yes I want to do math to figure out the time rather than just look at it
      anowyn 12 jul
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    • Its simple actually. If you can't read military time then learn to
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    • Subtract 12
      babysosaj 11 jul
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    • It's fuckin 4:05
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    • i had a coach that would get pissed if we counted past ten, it was always count to ten but instead of ten count the sets, if you have more than ten sets then youre not in charge of counting
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    • I have to count sometimes but at least it’s a test to make sure my brain still work
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    • I use 24h time cause I sometimes fuck up my alarms and other shit cause of the small ass AM and PM, which usually goes unnoticed when you’re fucking tired out of ur mind
      Mazin009 11 jul
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    • It’s easier
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    • My phone currently says it’s 17:07 and the biggest issue you should have with that is the colon
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    • Am and my pm is way better. A lot easier
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    • Fucking bootlickers counting past 12
      snake8320 11 jul
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    • It just takes second to get use to
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    • How I easily tell military time is when it gets past 12 just ignore the first number and minus 2 to the second to tell pm. untill it's at 22 then automatically replace the first number with 1 and minus two the second one again, basic quick math.
      TastyNeko 11 jul
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    • Thats not military time that literally how the rest of the world reads time only America stops at 12
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    • I bought my phone while I lived in germany and never cared to change it.
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    • It’s a better way to tell time
      AjaxSoap 10 jul
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    • Google Bootlicker... and find out really who licks boots..........
      4lexander 10 jul
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    • Umm 04:05 ...
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    • If you've ever worked nights, you probably have your clocks set to military time.. nothing quite like waking up at 8 pm, and the sun's low, and you have a mini heart attack because you think you slept through an entire day
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    • Fucking losers
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    • My dad is ex-army so his phone is set to that. I’ve gotten used to it
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    • I have it since I’m joining the Army
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    • Yeah yeah fuckin it’s easy to figure out what time is it, why go through that extra step? Most people use AM or PM so when people say “meet me at 2:30pm” you got to take a second to think about it from military time right? So why do that? My friend had military time on her phone and taught me
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    • Ever since I had my first job I've always used military. Seems more pleasing
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    • Its easy but fuck you
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    • People are like OH DUR JUST USE MATH ADD 12 bitch I shouldn’t have to do math to know what the time is. in that case why don’t you just subtract 12 military losers?
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    • as someone who works the overnight shift, it would be incredibly helpful if everyone switched to military time
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    • I’m a military brat and my phone has always been on military time 👁👄👁 it’s actually not that hard to figure out lmao
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    • Do people actually have trouble understanding military time?!?!?!
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    • It’s not “army time” it’s a 24 hour clock, yuh bootlicker. There’s also ZULU time which also uses the 24 hr time and what ever the ZULU time is will be the same no matter where you are on the planet
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    • Idk in the rest of the world but in brazil we use 24h format, and although it might be different for some ppl ur just braindead if u can’t understand it.
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    • If 1605 in normal time then it’s 4:05pm Think of it this way. If a number is pass 12 like 13 and over then minus the number by 12:00. So if it’s 13:06 then in standard time it’s 1:06pm
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    • World be like: I unnecessarily challenge myself for bullshit clout points
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    • Jesus Christ. I don’t know what’s worse, cringe or bootlicker. Reddit and this app are the plague for stupid ass words
      DetOmega 10 jul
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    • I cant even count
      LadySigyn 10 jul
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    • Don't group us in with those retarded civilians!
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