Daylight saving time ends tonight so the people at Nacho Punch have created a movie trailer documenting the fear, anxiety, and uncertainty that comes with switching back from the "imaginary construct" that allows most Americans to enjoy more sunlight during the summer months.
Despite the video's claim that Arizona is only place in the U.S. to run to where daylight saving time doesn't exist, the artificial construct is also not observed in Hawaii, and American territories Puerto Rico, American Samoa, Guam, the Northern Mariana Islands, and the United States Virgin Islands.
As the film notes, it is "spring forward and fall back," although is it technically possible to fall forward and spring back.
Also it is 'daylight saving,' singular, not plural.
Watch the video below from Nacho Punch: