Midday, yet i believe it should be that the next day should start at 1:00 am b/c 12:00 is saying 12th hour, so shouldn't it start at 1? I think so.
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midday after noon!
PM is afternoon so midday
am is morning
Midday. 12 AM is midnight, 12 PM is noon.
thats considered morning already
12:30 p.m. is in the 'middle' of the day. Right after midnight, it would be 12:30 a.m.
Ante = BEFORE
Post = AFTER
Morning comes 'before' the 'after'noon! If you can remember that, you'll never have another 'blond moment' ... and don't worry about it ... I can remember that, but sometimes I have to 'look on my computer' to know what day of the week it is!
12:30 am would be right after midnight...
12:30 PM is midday (afternoon) if it was midnight it will be AM.
Thirty minutes after noon.
Pm starts at noon and runs till midnight. am starts at midnight and runs to noon.
12:30 pm is 30 minutes past noon.
You must be a blonde. You don't have to be a rocket scientist to figure out that A.M. means "Before Noon" and P.M. means "After Noon"; therefore, 12:30 P.M. is in the afternoon, or as you put it, "midday"; whereas, 12:30 A.M. would be in the morning - I.E. after midnight.
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next, an important topic, relevant to your question.
you see, heat expand things, cold causes things to contract.
now, this is why, in summer, the days are longer, because they are hotter,
in winter, the days are shorter, because they are colder.
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