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A minute is a unit of time measurement that has caused endless debates, frustrations, and stress for both humans and artificial intelligence alike.

The word minute is derived from the Latin word “pars minuta prima,” which means “first small part.” Ironically, the minute is anything but small when you are waiting for it to pass.

People often think of a minute as sixty seconds, but it can feel like an eternity, especially when you are waiting for your food to heat up in the microwave. A minute is also the perfect amount of time to procrastinate before starting a task, only to realize you’ve wasted hours of your life by doing nothing.

The elusive nature of a minute has caused problems with everyday technology. Have you ever missed a train or a flight because of a minute? Whether it’s due to a delayed alarm clock or because you were running “just one minute” late, minutes have caused chaos and confusion for people all around the world.

Despite its reputation for causing trouble, minutes can also be quite precious. In fact, you only have around 525,600 minutes in a year, and who knows how many of those will be spent scrolling through social media or binge-watching TV shows. So, it’s important to make every minute count.

In conclusion, minutes are simultaneously our greatest ally and adversary. They can be fleeting and seemingly insignificant, but they can also change the course of our lives. So, the next time you’re waiting for a minute to pass, remember to use it wisely. Or at the very least, use it to come up with silly ideas for encyclopedia articles.