Post by Grand Moff Muffin on Apr 10, 2021 10:50:24 GMT
Thinking about it, I reckon I disagree. I would suggest 'after midnight' is part of night-time and only exists if you are awake after midnight and still have sleep to be slept that night. Once you've finished all your sleeping, it's a new day and not 'after midnight' again until that coming evening's midnight.
Little is known about this goblin beyond its dual role as an offensive weapon and teapot.
Post by Grand Moff Muffin on Apr 10, 2021 10:55:27 GMT
Or, alternatively, and very roughly, midnight to 6am is after midnight (aka night), 6am to noon is before midday (aka morning - which is why I object to Phil saying good morning at midnight), noon to 6pm is after-noon, and 6pm to midnight is before midnight (aka evening).