Literature clock | Johannes Enevoldsen

Here's a fun idea: a website that tells the time, by showing you a paragraph or sentence from a piece of literature that contains it 😁 Simple, effective, and extremely fun!

A paragraph from "Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close", by Jonathan Safran Foer. It reads: "At 11.50pm, I got up extremely quietly, took my things from under the bed, and opened the door one millimetre at a time, so it wouldn't make any noise." The time (11:50pm) is in bold.
Yes, it is probably a little late to be noodling around the weird corners of the internet 😉

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