# Counting the Months: How Many Have 28 Days?

Have you ever stopped to wonder how many months have 28 days? It's an interesting question, isn't it? Well, we all know that February has only 28 days in common years and 29 in leap years. But what about the other months? Do they also have some kind of secret calendar conspiracy going on? Let's find out!

## The Obvious Ones

Let's start with the obvious ones, shall we? Everyone knows which are these so-called obvious months.

• January
• March
• May
• July
• August
• October
• December

Why do I call them "obvious"? Well, because they all have exactly... wait for it! Exactly one unit of time less than a month ^((a.k.a.)) a day.

Yes, don't be fooled by their apparent innocence. These sneaky little fellows hide behind their regular number of days as if nothing was going on. But now you know better than to trust them blindly.

## The Unexpected Twist

But here comes the unexpected twist! Brace yourself for this one because it can get tricky:

ALL THE MONTHS OF THE YEAR HAVE EXACTLY OR AT LEAST ONE UNIT OF TIME LESS THAN A MONTH!!!

That's right my friend; each and every one of them has at least one day fewer than a whole lunar cycle (which is around 29.53 days long).

So technically speaking, all twelve months could qualify under our headline title questioning how many /of these/ have "..."???

But fear not; let me explain why this is not entirely wrong or misleading - just weirdly expressed according to context.

Now that we've counted together how many months contain twenty-eight dark hol--- sorry --I mean HOW MANY MONTHS HAVE TWENTY-EIGHT DAYS, we can rest easy, right?

But seriously, it is interesting to stop and reflect on small details like this one. It makes us wonder how often we miss the little things in our day-to-day lives.

Now you know how many months of the year have 28 days. Remember that knowledge, because someday you might impress someone at a party with your newfound trivia!

Number of Days
January 31
February (common) 28 or 29
March 31
April 30
"..." "..."...

Anyway, thanks for reading! I hope you found this article informative AND entertaining ^((yes, both).)