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2014-06-24 12:36:45 PM  
I used to work from 10pm-6am. The night shift never bothered me, but the thing I liked most about it was knowing that as I was drifting off to sleep in the morning all the other slovenly heathens were having to drag their sorry arses out of bed. There was no chance I'd over sleep and be late for work, so I had no need for an alarm clock.

Now I'm parked in a cube farm from 7:30-4:30pm, wake to an alarm at 5am every morning, and am perpetually tired most the time in spite of an hour workout every morning. I'm not built for this crap.
 
2014-06-24 01:24:12 PM  
If you've been getting up at 5AM for 40yrs to go to Work. Well your Body Clock is Set. Just Try to change it.
 
2014-06-24 01:50:54 PM  
Not a morning person. No particular interest in being one. If you're one, fine.

The thing I've noticed about "morning people" is they usually check out by 10 pm. At the latest. Usually by 9 pm, they're biatching about it being "late." Which always sounds kinda ridiculous to me. But whatever. Go ahead and go to bed, grampa.

Just shut the fark about it when I sleep late (which I don't get to do most of the week, so I do it when I can, get over it).
 
2014-06-24 01:55:48 PM  
I became a morning person due to my abiding love of procrastination.  The earlier I get up the longer I have to procrastinate.
 
2014-06-24 03:35:55 PM  
I should point out that my natural pattern, all things being equal, is to go to sleep between 11 and midnight and wake up at around 7:30 (my apartment is flooded with morning light.) In such circumstances I'm perfectly functional and pleasant as soon as I get up. Never perky, though.
 
2014-06-25 05:15:36 AM  
 

Rhino_man: Any tips for making morning people less goddamn smug?


Boom Headshot!
 
2014-06-25 12:18:58 PM  

Smelly Pirate Hooker: Not a morning person. No particular interest in being one. If you're one, fine.

The thing I've noticed about "morning people" is they usually check out by 10 pm. At the latest. Usually by 9 pm, they're biatching about it being "late." Which always sounds kinda ridiculous to me. But whatever. Go ahead and go to bed, grampa.

Just shut the fark about it when I sleep late (which I don't get to do most of the week, so I do it when I can, get over it).


If you don't want people biatching about you sleeping in, don't biatch about them going to bed early, dumbass.
 
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