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    Default Weekends of sloth

    Does going through a weekend in ultimate sloth mode mode make you feel relaxed or extremely unpleasantly stressed?!

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    Makes me 'meh'. Especially if i should've done shit.
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    I love it if I did a lot of stuff before my lazy weekend. On Sunday night I get everything done in about 30 minutes.
    () 9w8-3w4-7w6 tritype.

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    Makes me irritated at myself for the irresistable pull of doing nothing. lol
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    If reforming is likely I feel some discontent about it, otherwise I enjoy my temporary self-granted freedom from responsibility as much as I can.

    I am a bit disappointed in myself this week, so far I have only gotten through 3 albums of music and I had planned to listen to a lot more. I blame all of you!

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    Makes me depressed and annoyed at myself about wasting two days of my life. And anxious about the next week.
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    If I have things I have to do then the sloth mode makes me feel really stressed. There's no way I could really relax when this THING is at the back of my mind all the time. But if there's nothing serious awaiting and I can push the deadlines, then it's all fun and relaxed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Circle View Post
    If reforming is likely I feel some discontent about it, otherwise I enjoy my temporary self-granted freedom from responsibility as much as I can.

    I am a bit disappointed in myself this week, so far I have only gotten through 3 albums of music and I had planned to listen to a lot more. I blame all of you!
    I've had enough of your poetic bullshit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by justxher View Post
    Does going through a weekend in ultimate sloth mode mode make you feel relaxed or extremely unpleasantly stressed?!
    Relaxed! I love a leisurely weekend.

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    its ok for me to do absolutely nothing during weeks, but at weekend i wanna do something atleast in one day. If i would be doing more stuff during the week, then it would be more ok for not doing enything at the weekend.
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