- OTHER - PLEAsE EXPLAIN
I picked other as ‘2023’ refers to it being 2023 years since the birth of Jesus.
This fatally flawed for many reasons, least of all that Jesus is likely mythological, but more importantly - if we started the calendar on Jesus’ birth then Xmas day should ALSO be New Year’s Day.
To remedy this I suggest that much like the Star Wars franchise, we date everything in relation to the Battle of Yavin (which was in 1977 by our current reckoning)
Happy 46 ABY everyone!
when did we start orbiting the sun? that’s when years began, isn’t it
All I know is when I consider human history, my point of reference is that it is the year 2000.
Feel like it’s always going to be after 2020 now. Up until 2019 I’d have given you maybe 2006, but can’t imagine feeling like it is a pre-covid year any time soon.
It’s still March 2020
wow, it’s the Millennium? that’s so futuristic
I’m in Lidl 2017
Listened to 2080 and 3030 last night. One of those.
It’s 2000. S Club 7 are back and I bought some cargo pants.
The earliest civilisation has been dated back to 4000BC, so I think we should just add that onto the current calendar.
We all live in 6023 now.
I reckon if you’re going to have a calendar you should follow the format of those who invented it
There ain’t no party like a cargo pant party
I keep saying 2024 so that
I like how sometimes in sci-fi shit the year is given as something incomprehensible like F47.π%/120
think you’ll find that’s actuall 2137 in current year format