+648 11/11/1111 will be the only date to ever have all numbers be the same, amirite?

by Anonymous 2 months ago

2/2/2 2nd february year 2

by Anonymous 2 months ago

Hey. Plug a 3 where the 2 is. 3/3/3

by Anonymous 2 months ago

Here is a crazy idea, try with a 6! Can't promise that you won't summon the devil

by Anonymous 2 months ago

720/720/720 Something doesn't seem right

by Anonymous 2 months ago

Also 2/2/2222 and 2/22/2222

by Anonymous 2 months ago

You forgot 2/2/222 and 22/2/222

by Anonymous 2 months ago

The date, time format or overall calendar might change in the future. Your observation is relevant only in todays setup.

by Anonymous 2 months ago

Also, even using op logic. The same thing will happen when we reach 11/11/11111 unless they believe the world will end by then

by Anonymous 2 months ago

A minor oversight Sorry bout that

by Anonymous 2 months ago

its called singles day..because max no. of singles in a date

by Anonymous 2 months ago

ok but how about the 22nd of Muffleberry 2222? Its in two hundred years so i think we stand a chance at some extra months by then and i doubt they will pass the opportunity to name it something like this.

by Anonymous 2 months ago

Technically, OP, 11 and 1111 are not the same number. They are expressed using the same single digit repeated (I.e the digit 1).

by Anonymous 2 months ago

Will be? It was nearly a thousand years ago.

by Anonymous 2 months ago

I think 1/1/1, 2/2/2, 3/3/3, 4/4/4, 5/5/5, 6/6/6, 7/7/7, 8/8/8 and 9/9/9 would like to have a few words with you.

by Anonymous 2 months ago

Why does everyone forget BC?

by Anonymous 2 months ago

My sister turned 11 on 11/11/2011

by Anonymous 2 months ago

Interesting. What about 12/12/1212 or 12/12/12 in short ?

by Anonymous 2 months ago

Because 1 and 2 are not the same number

by Anonymous 2 months ago

What about 12 ? ( three twelves)

by Anonymous 2 months ago

I think OP was getting at the individual characters are the same, rather than the recognizable numbers that they represent

by Anonymous 2 months ago

It still doesn't work. Just replace 1 with any digit 1-9 and it will be a date eventually. 2/22/2222, 3/3/3333, 4/4/4444. Obviously you cant double the digits but it would still be all the "same digit"

by Anonymous 2 months ago

It'd be 02/22/2222 is the other point op might make.

by Anonymous 2 months ago

This depends on where you are from. Some languages don't write the zeros. In Germany you would often see 1.1.2011 for the first of January 2011.

by Anonymous 2 months ago

12 is a two digit number of 2 different numerals

by Anonymous 2 months ago

OP ment was the 1 in all places, same number everywhere

by Anonymous 2 months ago

It's also the one date every veteran can remember, whether they want to or not!

by Anonymous 2 months ago

66666666 BC. 22222BC 111111BC 1111 BC OP did you forget BC exist?

by Anonymous 2 months ago