No it isn't. Since one's birthday is placed on the local time of one's birth date, the celebration should be placed on the day one is born in local time. Since the timezone difference between my local living region and San Fransisco, where the "time" in "days" typically is depicted, I can understand the misconception around time. In fact, much of my wiki editing struggles came to adapting between applying dates in my local time versus the "general" local time that would be of what San Fransisco would be.
On the other hand, I appreciate your acknowledgement of one's anniversary since their birth. Despite the lack of methods for me to receive a gift from you in the form of a birthday present, I do appreciate you input in wishing me well for the upcoming years to come.
So if you didn't understand what I just said, I was simply saying "Thanks! Though it's actually today, not tomorrow".
Hey, there. I'm having technical difficulties with Nick.com because when I was about to write the transcripts of the two new episodes that aired yesterday, my tv provider, Xfinity Comcast, wasn't on the provider list. I use Nick.com because I follow the closed captions for the episodes so I can read them off and type them down. I'm gonna have to wait until it gets back on the list for a while.