Timetables In Chaos As Women’s Day Set To Last Only 17 Hours

People across the world are being warned to expect delays and worse on this International Women’s Day due to a major planetary event that is disrupting schedules everywhere. NASA said it was still working to find an explanation for what is happening.

“All we know at this point is that the day is projected to only last 17 hours and 18 minutes, or 72% of a regular 24 hour day.”

Theories as to what could have caused the planet to spin faster on its axis range from the gravitational pull of a hidden planet to the Earth being ‘just another guy’.

Fortunately, say experts, the anomaly is expected to go away after one day, so that everything will be back to normal for the weekend.

“These things kick up a fuss for a while, but soon everything goes back to the same old way it always was.”

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