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I'm saying 6pm.
This can be the banal thread.
4:59 is the cut off
the more I think this through the angrier it makes me
but would you say 5 in the evening?
I think 5-6 is it's own thing - tea-time.
When does evening end and night begin?
I'd take a guess at 8:17pm
5-7 = "early evening"
7-9 = "evening"
9+ = "night time"
night is past 10pm
"What time will you be home from work darling?"
"oh, not sure, some time this afternoon"
[later that day, 6:45pm]
"What fucking time d'you call this?"
"Quarter to seven in the afternoon darling!"
i'm working until 9pm
got a bit of a cough or something, throat is well tickly
it's called Evening Neighbours so that's when evening starts
So 5 pm
I trust them more. 5:30 it is.
Ladies, good evening.
but 5 in the winter if it is dark by then.
In answer to your question: dunno.
used to be the transition window.
now with the internet afternoon/evening/morning/night can be whenever you want it to be. in any order.
I was too angry and rash but you are of course correct.
starts at about 3.30pm in winter and 9pm in summer
and you all fucking know it. The 5.35 edition of Neighbours was an afternoon programme, no two ways about it. Checkmate, you move (you can't), hombres.
(has a double bed and a sofa and the guy's leaving his tv and his computer monitor)
would only be a 4 month contract if i move there but potentially the happiest 4 months of my life
when I was presenting a 5.00 pm radio program on a Saturday, which finished at 5.30
I'd sign off by saying "Enjoy the rest of your evening" and then we'd get emails from people saying 5.30 is NOT THE EVENING, so I'd say "Thanks for your company this afternoon" and we'd get emails from all the other people saying 5.30 is NOT THE AFTERNOON. In the end I settled for "Bye for now"
no one treats our marckee like that