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i've seen it both ways. i think they do mm/dd/yyyy because it's like saying: 12/25/06 = december 25th, 2006. as opposed to dd/mm/yyyy: 25/12/2006 = 25th of december, 2006.
the way we speak of a date we usually say it in mm/dd/yyyy.