Forget leap years, months with 28 days and your birthday falling on a different day of the week each year.
Researchers at Johns Hopkins University in Maryland say they have a better way to mark time: a new calendar in which every year is identical to the one before.
Their proposed calendar overhaul — largely unprecedented in the 430 years since Pope Gregory XIII instituted the Gregorian calendar we still use today — would divvy out months and weeks so that every calendar date would always fall on the same day of the week.
Christmas, for example, would forever come on a Sunday.
What do you think about the possibility of having your birthday on the same day every year?