when do leap year people celebrate their bdays?

potato28

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28th, at least I think thats what the government classifies their non-leap year birthdays as.
 

dullard

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They are born on the 60th day of the year. That is either Feb 29 or Mar 1. However, I think the two that I've met both celebrated on Feb 28 instead.

They age at the same rate. Those "I got married when I was 5 years old" or "I retired when I was 16" ideas are stupid. I wish people would stop repeating it. You age a year every ~365.24 days. Plain and simple. It does not matter if you were born on Feb 29, 2004, you are not 1 year old today. If that is the case, you have been out of your mother's womb for 1461 days so far. You are 1461/365.24 = 4 years old.
 

OdiN

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Originally posted by: dullard
They are born on the 60th day of the year. That is either Feb 29 or Mar 1. However, I think the two that I've met both celebrated on Feb 28 instead.

They age at the same rate. Those "I got married when I was 5 years old" or "I retired when I was 16" ideas are stupid. I wish people would stop repeating it. You age a year every ~365.24 days. Plain and simple. It does not matter if you were born on Feb 29, 2004, you are not 1 year old today. If that is the case, you have been out of your mother's womb for 1461 days so far. You are 1461/365.24 = 4 years old.
Man you're pretty freakin dull.
 

Injury

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Originally posted by: dullard
They are born on the 60th day of the year. That is either Feb 29 or Mar 1. However, I think the two that I've met both celebrated on Feb 28 instead.

They age at the same rate. Those "I got married when I was 5 years old" or "I retired when I was 16" ideas are stupid. I wish people would stop repeating it. You age a year every ~365.24 days. Plain and simple. It does not matter if you were born on Feb 29, 2004, you are not 1 year old today. If that is the case, you have been out of your mother's womb for 1461 days so far. You are 1461/365.24 = 4 years old.
Look, we only get to make these jokes once every 4 years. Go wait in the car if you can't handle it.
 

runzwithsizorz

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Originally posted by: TecHNooB
Originally posted by: runzwithsizorz
Every 7 years. Helped a girlfriend celebrate her 7th birthday, ;)
your gf is 49?
Injury has corrected me, leap year is every 4 yrs, not 7 like I thought. So said EX gfs' birthday celebration would have been her 12th. This was years ago, so she would be about 68 now.
I used to like dating older women back then, but now that I am older,---- I've changed my ways. :evil:
 

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