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#8 - tolnes
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(12/14/2012) [-]
User avatar #35 to #8 - pawtucketpanda
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(12/15/2012) [-]
It's that way mostly because it's easier to say it that format verbally. December twenty-first rolls off the tongue better than the twenty-first of December, imo.
User avatar #51 to #35 - drainbramage
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(12/15/2012) [-]
I'm the opposite, saying the twenty-first of December rolls off of the tongue easier for me.
User avatar #26 to #8 - MasterManiac
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(12/14/2012) [-]
12 possible months, 31 possible days and infinitely many years. That image makes no sense, and this coming from a Britfag.
User avatar #32 to #26 - ipaintmyfloor
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(12/15/2012) [-]
The pic would make sense if you go by the time span rather than the amount.
#25 to #8 - wodahs
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(12/14/2012) [-]
The date in America is ordered by relevancy. Knowing the month is more important than the date, and the date more important than the year.
User avatar #24 to #8 - sniperfumbles
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(12/14/2012) [-]
"Today is December 21st, 2012."
12 / 21 / 12

How is it hard to understand why we use this system?
#28 to #24 - ultrablue
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User avatar #21 to #8 - shazmothree
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(12/14/2012) [-]
I can understand giving us **** for the imperical system, but this actually works.
#20 to #8 - foxxywithpaws
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(12/14/2012) [-]
Take this
#18 to #8 - plasmodesmata
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(12/14/2012) [-]
1 less word in January 1st than 1st of January.
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