Calendar

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For those without comedic tastes, the so-called experts at Wikipedia have an article about Calendar.

Calendars are used for many reasons: measuring time, work, behavior etc. They are either hanging on the wall, or sitting inside your computer. They either see the orbit of the moon or the earth.

The "Gregorian calendar", the calendar that we, you, and your relatives are using today, have 12 months, but the length of them are not regular:

  • January has 31 days
  • February has 28 or 29 days[1]
  • March has 31 days
  • April has 30 days
  • May has 31 days
  • June has 30 days
  • July has 31 days
  • August has 30 days[2]
  • September has 30 days
  • October has 31 days
  • November has 30 days
  • December has 31 days
  • Luneamber has 29 or 30 days[3]

References[edit]

  1. Fucking shorter than any other months.
  2. Many people claimed that it has 31 days.
  3. Many people does not count this month. However, if it is counted, you can see the trail of the moon.