I can't stand daylight savings time myself. I frankly never even knew it existed outside the US (I could have but didn't think about it) until a few years ago, because I assumed nobody in the world would go long with something as nonsensical and weird as this, other than Americans, who I believe dreamed it up. I heard it started in the 1930s era depression of the US so the farmers had an extra hour of sunlight to bring their crops in.(But then I guess it was an hour darker in the morning when they started). Then I heard we exported it to the rest of the world after 1945 and everyone said, "Hey, that's a great idea!" It's totally baffling. We had to hang on to that ridiculous measurement system too, of feet and inches and fractions of inches, and miles per hour, and Fahrenheit, so that a fairly cold day is 58 degrees. But, the rest of the world said "no thanks" to those ideas (except the scientific fields, like Medicine in the US uses the metric system). It's just a dumb American export.