What if it's a leap year? Then you would theoretically sleep for 2928 hours.
Else maybe they just go without sleep on leap days.
わたしたち looks so funny in this sentence
Why do I have an irresistible urge to put a "wo" particle between "jikan" and "nemasu" here?
I know the feeling, but it's actually an adverb.
It can be written as 毎年2920時間ねます. The 2920時間 functions as an adverb, then.
This one makes me want to hear a Japanese version of the song "Seasons of Love" from the musical "Rent". 525,600 minutes...