will you look at the time love

will you look at the time


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  • Curiously, saying this is a conventional way of indicating, politely, that "I'm bored with this (with my guest, with this conversation, with whatever is happening) and want to put an end to it" or "I've been having so much fun I lost track of time!"

    May 29, 2008

  • Another form of linear time. It occurs just before out of time.

    May 29, 2008