[uf-discuss] birthday versus birthdate
karl at w3.org
Tue Jul 31 18:36:12 PDT 2007
Le 1 août 2007 à 10:05, Scott Reynen a écrit :
> I think this just reinforces what Charles said: the anniversary
> celebration of an event is not the same as the event. In this
> case, birthday anniversaries are celebrated on New Year, but that
> doesn't mean everyone's birthday nor date of birth is New Year.
> Similarly, in America we often celebrate former Presidents'
> birthdays on days that are not actually their birthdays. But no
> one says the birthday changes every year; only the celebration
I have at least two korean friends who uses the word "birthdate" for
what you say is an "event celebration".
:) I was just pointing out that birthday != birthdate for some
people. That's all
(back to my normal sleeping mode)
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