It's two o'clock

It's two o'clock   
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"My son," said he, "it's two o'clock. Recollect your school at Kensington at three."
But before you side with superstition remember that fortune is more likely to favour a man who leaves nothing to chance It's two o'clock in the morning in the New York City subway.
We were all really going for it and we started getting quite giggly, which wasn't helped when we saw the poor driver thinking, 'It's two o'clock in the morning, I don't really wish to hear four women shrieking Smooth Criminal, thanks very much'.
Balding is talking enormously fast for two o'clock in the morning, although it's two o'clock here in my living room, not in Beijing, where Clare is.
Then other days you think, 'it's two o'clock, it's dark, my shoes are wet from being out this morning, there's nowhere to go and all the restaurants are closed.
But it's two o'clock in the bloody morning and I've just moved in next door and I'm trying to sleep but I can't because your bloody music is blaring into my room.'
It's two o'clock in the morning, you have a hard day's studying ahead and are safely tucked up in bed.
THE chiming of the Institute's bells mimic Big Ben and denote it's two o'clock on a pleasantly warm afternoon, temporarily drowning out the yapping of distant canine conversations.
Vivien said problems with youngsters driving cars in the area had become ``horrendous'' during the past three months, adding: ``It doesn't matter if it's two o'clock in the afternoon or two o'clock in the morning.
IT'S two o'clock already and I'm still in my jammies.