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Posted 12/9/13 , edited 12/9/13
If I have something to do the next day, I usually stay up all night if I've been up for way too long. It's because I have a tendency of oversleeping if I stay up too long and then I have to do something the next day -_- (duh)
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JayVeeDees wrote:

If I have something to do the next day, I usually stay up all night if I've been up for way too long. It's because I have a tendency of oversleeping if I stay up too long and then I have to do something the next day -_- (duh)


Same here.
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Nah! I have a rather boring and very regular sleep habits. I'm usually in bed by Quaker Midnight (that is 10:00 PM for those of you who are not Quakers) and I typically start my day at 5:00 AM unless I'm going hunting then it is 3:00 AM! Been this way most of my life, but it works for me. I prefer getting up early so that I can drive to my shop without traffic! I've found that if I start my day an hour later, it will take me an extra half hour to get anywhere because of all the F'n traffic!
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i'm a night owl. i stay up regardless of plans the next day, be they work or fun.
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aye. i do this.

tho i blame my adhd medication. and things like reading, or WoW or LoL haha or gameboy.
what can i say--pokemon's addictive XD

and i guess i figure that in order to satisfy the demands of my Id, i will just have to bite the bullet the next day w/whatever i had planned to do. funnily enough, i do some of my best work when i haven't slept the night before. or, at least i think i do.
haha seems legit, no? >.<
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Posted 12/9/13

qualeshia3 wrote:


GayAsianBoy wrote:

Yeah. the last person I was dating, on the third (and unfortunately final) date, I was very excited, because we planned to have a picnic and then row a boat on a peaceful lake together.

I couldn't sleep the night before until 3AM, because I was very excited. I love doing romantic things.


Unfortunately when the day came, it was raining, and raining, we had to go to a restaurant instead. It kept raining for a week, it was almost symbolic of our relationship that eventually fizzled during that week that it rained non-stop.



Mother Nature is a bitch. At least you guys manage to spend time together even though it rained. I get that way as well when something exciting is gonna happen the next day. I don't wanna sleep because I can't thinking of sop many scenarios about what is going to happen.


Omg. I'm exactly the same :p

I love thinking about scenarios
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Posted 12/9/13 , edited 12/9/13

qualeshia3 wrote:


JayVeeDees wrote:

If I have something to do the next day, I usually stay up all night if I've been up for way too long. It's because I have a tendency of oversleeping if I stay up too long and then I have to do something the next day -_- (duh)


Same here.



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yes. definitely.

btw, i've been wanting to fix my sleeping schedule so i can take early morning classes, but i can't seem to do anything about my messed up cycle. i sleep like the dead and no alarm seems to wake me =/ it's kinda unnerving lol sometimes its like i get stuck in my dream or something and can't wake up even when i know i'm still dreaming.
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Its fun.
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Awww just one last episode... NOT
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I used to be like this. I could even stay up the entire night, and then sleep when I got home from whatever I had to do later on. I would then sleep for like 12-16 hours. That's what my brain would say as well - "np, I'll just sleep when I get home".

The funny thing is that it even worked, or well I was a walking zombie most of the time but I would still get through the day.

Eventually, after a entire year of working 8-12 hours a day I was more or less forced to fix my shit.
That was roughly two years ago, and now I've managed fix my daily schedule because I know the consequences.

Or well if you ignore the weekends, because that's my only real free time. lol.
Posted 12/9/13 , edited 12/9/13
All the time. My brain doesn't want me to sleep most of the time. I just read a book or something, but sometimes if it's too interesting it keeps me thinking. I find it easier to sleep in the living room than my own bedroom.

Though, sometimes I just stay up for the sake of anyway.

My mind works like this:

"Ahh, tomorrow is gonna suck balls. I'm gonna stay up late doing crap to forget about it
"

But for each hour I waste, I know the day draws closer and I'm just making things worse.
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Posted 12/9/13
Are you implying I actually have a life?

The most I make an effort to go to is the doctor's office and school.

All other times are spent being a shut-in.
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Posted 12/9/13
Thinking about whatever is happening the next day keeps me up! Id be in bed at 9 pm and then fell a sleep at 5 am because my brain just doesnt want to think about anything besides the fck is gonna happen tomorrow.
Posted 12/9/13 , edited 12/9/13
Before I joined the military my anxiety interfered with my sleeping habits like that all the time.
Then I joined the military, and could sleep on command.
Two nervous breakdowns and a social misfit later, and I ask myself, what's a sleeping habit?
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dankuuwut wrote:

Before I joined the military my anxiety interfered with my sleeping habits like that all the time.
Then I joined the military, and could sleep on command.
Two nervous breakdowns and a social misfit later, and I ask myself, what's a sleeping habit?


Sorry about that.
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