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29th Nov '13 3:43:58 AM johnnye
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* MidnightSnack



!Midnight:

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![[WhenTheClockStrikesTwelve Midnight]]:



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13th Nov '13 2:51:07 PM case
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Lots of nightmare sufferers wake up around this time, just to rub salt in their wounds. [[note]]This is because of REM sleep happens during this time. (REM sleep is when you dream.)[[/note]]

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Lots of nightmare sufferers wake up around this time, just to rub salt in their wounds. [[note]]This is because of REM sleep happens during this time. (REM sleep is when you dream.)[[/note]]
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[[http://youtu.be/ORYKKNoRcDc?t=20s The 4 a.m. Mystery]] gives us examples of works and reports using "four in the morning" to underline how inconveniently or arbitrarily timed an event is.
4th Sep '13 12:06:29 AM Korodzik
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Lots of nightmare sufferers wake up around this time, just to rub salt in their wounds. [[hottip:*: This is because of REM sleep happens during this time. (REM sleep is when you dream.)]]

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Lots of nightmare sufferers wake up around this time, just to rub salt in their wounds. [[hottip:*: This [[note]]This is because of REM sleep happens during this time. (REM sleep is when you dream.)]]
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10th Mar '13 7:55:58 PM Doc_Loki
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The spookiest time of day, bar none. Midnight is “the witching hour”-- magical things happen at midnight, and not the good magic. TheHiddenHour is often before or after midnight. Part of it is that midnight happens at [[NumerologicalMotif twelve o'clock]]-- although for some reason, lunch doesn't have the same spook factor.

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The spookiest time of day, bar none. Midnight is “the witching hour”-- magical things happen at midnight, and not the good magic. TheHiddenHour is often immediately before or after midnight. Part of it is that midnight happens at [[NumerologicalMotif twelve o'clock]]-- although for some reason, lunch doesn't have the same spook factor.
16th Sep '12 5:00:20 PM Specialist290
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* DawnAttack
21st May '12 2:33:08 PM MarkLungo
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13th Apr '12 9:54:13 PM DocLoki
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* DarkestHour - in a literal sense, although many metaphorical darkest hours will occur at this time.
13th Apr '12 9:44:15 PM DocLoki
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The wee hours of the night, between about 1:00 and 5:00. People should not be awake at this time, so if you are, it’s a sign that something’s up. Maybe you’re the undead and it’s the only time you can go out. Maybe you’re a criminal hoping to escape the cops’ notice. Maybe you’re an insomniac… or you’ve been [[TVTropesWillRuinYourLife up all night reading TV Tropes]].

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The wee hours of the night, between about 1:00 and 5:00. People should not be awake at this time, so if you are, it’s a sign that something’s up. Maybe you’re the undead and it’s the only time you can go out. Maybe you’re a criminal hoping to escape the cops’ notice. Maybe you’re an insomniac… or you’ve been [[TVTropesWillRuinYourLife up all night reading TV Tropes]].
Tropes]]. Sometimes known as ''the Hour of the Wolf'' - the hour when you hear the wolves howl outside and shiver in fear.
13th Apr '12 9:41:40 PM DocLoki
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* DoomsdayClock - which is always stated as ''X minutes to '''Midnight'''''.

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* DoomsdayClock - which is always stated as inevitably set at ''X minutes to '''Midnight'''''.
28th Mar '12 6:12:09 PM DocLoki
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* DoomsdayClock - which is always stated as ''X minutes to midnight''.

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* DoomsdayClock - which is always stated as ''X minutes to midnight''.'''Midnight'''''.
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