The Japanese have 69/4/20 AND it makes sense.
@A pet named Steve, And that's why japan is superior.
@The Flame War, *pulls out history textbook*
@A pet named Steve,
A pet named Steve is evolving!
A pet named Steve has evolved into A pet named Weeb
@A pet named Steve, I like doing it that way too, it just makes sense to have the largest first in order. Does €50,375 make sense for three hundred seventy five and a half Euros. This kind of thing is why American and European date formatting annoy me
@Sambob, you can't evolve into what you already are
@A pet named Steve, you have gone too far into the east!
@A pet named Steve, nice
@Sambob, this is inaccurate, it implies Steve wasn't already a weeb
@Jakobian, your comment makes no sense
@Sambob, A Weeb Named Steve*
“April 20th” is way easier to say than “the 20th of April”
Don’t @ me
The actual ISO standard is YYYY-MM-DD and is superior because you can sort alphabetical and get everything in chronological order.
@Stalker Ent, I wish I could upvote this 20 more times
May the 4th be with you is also a neat one.
@Mr Literal, revenge of the fifth
And that’s why we won the war
Maybe that's true but we will get a whole month of 04/20 next year............
We can all get along in about 81 years. 01/01/01
I like MM/DD/YY because that’s the way we say what the date is in English, “April 20th, 2069.” If we put the day first, we would have to add an of before the month and that becomes cumbersome. We don’t have time for “of”! Do Brits say the day first when they speak?
There’s no real argument for any particular set of date acronyms the one you grew up with tends sounds right to you