Banned for leaving out an apostrophe. And failing to correct the mistake even after SIX MONTHS.

That's like, HALF A YEAR.

Or it would be, if not for the fact that a year is 365 days and 365 CANNOT BE DIVIDED IN HALF.

Which is kind of interesting, since everyone believes that 6 months is equal to half a year, but that theory evidently falls apart when you realize that 365 ISN'T DIVISIBLE BY 6 EITHER.

Indivisibility by 6 isn't exclusive to 365 by the way, there's another number that cannot be divided into 6 parts, I like to call it TWENTY ONE.

What relevance is 21, you ask? Well, numerically speaking it's ONE OF THE DAYS OF JANUARY WE HAVE YET TO REACH THIS YEAR.

It's special, because THERE ARE ONLY SEVENTEEN DAYS LIKE IT.

When you recall that there are 365 days this year, you then realize that a mere 17 make up a piddly fraction of 1/21.47058823529411, which makes these coming days PRETTY DAMN SPECIAL.

Hey Garyn, I hear you say, obviously 1/21.47058823529411 is pretty damn special, but what's so special about the 1/17 fraction that twenty one is? Well, it's because IT WAS THE ONLY NUMBER I'D PRINTED OUT IN THE ENGLISH ALPHABET RATHER THAN ARABIC NUMERALS.

I rest my case.