Friday, 18 May 2012

Which Birth Dates Are Most Common

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  1. no one is born on feb 30 or 31! if they are, they are devils!

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    1. Anon, I think that's why those squares were left white...also you missed April/June/Sept/Nov 31st :)

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  2. Wow. Mine is one of the most common. I've run into a handful of people through the years who share the same date -- Sept. 18 -- and we're always like, "Wow, you too?" I guess we shouldn't be so surprised. :)

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    1. R.S. that is a common date! How did they compile the list, I wonder is it worldwide? I was taking a customer's details in work last month only to find she was born on the exact day I was. THAT'S MY BIRTHDAY! lol

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  3. I supervise someone who was born on that date and last year she also supervised someone who was also born on Sept. 18.

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  4. We could make another graph called "which dates do people have the most sex" and we'd have to reverse the color scale: more frequently is light and less frequently is dark.

    With that in mind, I find it hard to believe that more babies are born on Feb 14 than any other day in Feb. I think that's a mislabeled sex graph, is what I think.

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    1. Amanda that was my first thought too. I never noticed Feb 14th. You might have a point.

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    2. Women have some level of control over which date the baby is born. You'll notice a dip on Hallowe'en, while October 30th and November 1st have more. No one wants a little satan baby. Valentimes is the opposite.

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    3. I've love a wee Satan baby, it would have his own pet rottweiler.

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