That warp in the space-time continuum that happens when you get on the computer "for a few minutes" to check your email and the next time you look at the clock, it's 4 hours later. Similar to what happened to people in the movie "Looker".
Also akin to the NFL minute.
Man: "Honey, I'll be up for dinner in a few minutes, I've got to check my email."
Woman: "You said that last night. By the time you check your email, read the headlines, check your stocks, play Zuma, look for car parts on eBay, watch a few YouTube videos and download music to your iPod, it'll be midnight! A few minutes in 'computer time' is like a few years in dog years!"
Man: "True dhat!"
|2.||Boss Standard Time|
When you work at a small gas station, and the person that relieves you of your shift is your boss. since he is the boss he doesnt have to be on time. Being upwards of 1 hour late.
So he is on his own time zone known as BST.
I was supposed to get off work at 6am CST but didnt get off until 6am Boss Standard Time BST .. which was more like 6:40CST.
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