Seriously though, the whole calendar thing is crazy since how we measure time (months/years) has changed multiple times over the course of history. Even if it was true, I don't see how we'd ever really be able to calculate it correctly. I suppose there is a way, but that would be a lot of work. XD
No, not at all. You're overthinking it Jackie. Look at it this way. The Mayans counted up to the 21st, which was supposedly the last day. Well, if I'm counting the toes on my feet- and mind you I have only 10- then if I count up to my last toe and I counted 10 toes, then that means, when asked, the number of toes I have should be 11. Using your logic, of course. Also, think about it another way: if the last day of school for all students is the 21st, then does that mean that the end of school is the 22nd? NO! The end of school is still the 21st.