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By: MARGARET36 (offline)  Tuesday, June 16 2009 @ 11:13 PM CDT (Read 3020 times)  


Half past five is considered "afternoon" or "evening " Laughing Out Loud


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By: JeffreyO (offline)  Wednesday, June 17 2009 @ 05:22 AM CDT  

That is a good question! I never asked myself that question before! Anyway, below is the answer I got from wiki Laughing Out Loud

Evening is the period in which the daylight is decreasing, between the late afternoon and night, around the time when dinner is taken.

Though the term is subjective, evening is typically understood to begin before sunset, during the close of the standard business day (about 5 pm) – and extend until dusk, the beginning of night.

Evening thus spans the period of twilight, but begins before it and depending on definition may extend past its end. This places "evening" typically between 5pm and 7pm during most of the year

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By: beanie (offline)  Saturday, July 04 2009 @ 05:56 PM CDT  

In Singapore, 5.30pm is still bright and sometimes sunny, so I wouldn't consider it as evening.

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By: ZombieFreak (offline)  Saturday, September 03 2011 @ 02:33 AM CDT  

Your IQ is 5 or what?
Evening, of course!
Or are too you n00by to even search Google, ask on Yahoo answers?

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