Just like Cher, Americans will "turn back" their clocks on Sunday night as daylight saving comes to a close.
Memes of Cher, whose song If I Could Turn Back Time earned her the unofficial title of spokesperson for daylight saving time, have started swirling on social media this week.
On Twitter, many are sharing photos of Cher encouraging their friends to “Turn Back Time One Hour this Sunday,” and not to forget to “Cher with friends.” Nothing says don't forget to set your clocks back an hour after 2 a.m. on Sunday, Nov. 6., than a Cher meme. Chering is caring, after all.
I wonder what Cher thinks about forever being associated with Daylight Savings Time ...— Poppy Fields (@poppystweets) November 2, 2016
And while it may be lighter when you go to work in the morning, many people would take the darkness and forgo setting their clocks back.
Luckily for us, the annoyance with daylight saving time has served as a breeding ground for cheesy jokes, and yes, Cher memes. Here are a few about daylight saving time:
A lot of good election references out there, people.
When you set your clock back for Daylight Saving Time & then realize you just made the election one hour longer. pic.twitter.com/X2eFjOCHAf— Justice Don Willett (@JusticeWillett) October 30, 2016
This means nothing to exhausted parents.
#DaylightSavingTime- to a parent, "fall back" only means the clock will read 2am when your kid wakes you at 3am "just to say hi".— Six Pack Mom (@Six_Pack_Mom) November 3, 2016