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    videodrones; questions Verfremdungseffekt's Avatar
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    I've got no routine at all. It can be a bit of a problem. My energy is weird enough without random waves of drowsiness throughout the day.

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    Absolutely no routine whatsoever. I pretty much wake up, brush my teeth, grab something to wear and leave, usually late. Mornings are not my thing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aerithria View Post
    Absolutely no routine whatsoever. I pretty much wake up, brush my teeth, grab something to wear and leave, usually late. Mornings are not my thing.
    this, plus shower and internet.
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    No routine -- absolutely hate getting up most mornings... and despise going to sleep. Really, I just tend to have a bad case of inertia -- whatever state I am in I tend to stay in that state. If I really need to get up, like say because I forgot to write a major paper and now only have an hour to write it, I get up pretty quickly. Any other time I pretty much analyze in and out of sleeping states whether or not I want to get up. By the time I do get up there is very little time left for a routine... unless throwing on whatever is around and running out the door counts.

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    If I have to get up, around 7:45 then I get ready and crawl back into bed to
    rest my eyes for the remaining fifteen minutes since I lay out my clothes and
    any make up I think I might wear the night before.

    If I know I don't have to get up I stay up as late as I can and not be useless
    the next day. I know a few guys that are IXTP that can stay up so late at ni
    ght it isn't even funny and sleep straight through until it is the later part of th
    e afternoon where it's just a few hours shy of being evening. My brother who
    is also an IXTP used to be the same way then he took on a job where he pret
    ty much had to grow up at once.

    As for going to bed...sometimes if I know it's a busy week I'm looking at I'll
    get online and have myspace or something brought up with silly videos on y-
    outube, but if it's a night where I'm feeling more serious but intellectually d-
    ay dreamish I'll bring up foreign language videos and be looking up where a-
    nd around what time period the dialects originated and how it differs from la-
    ngauges that are in similar groupings. It puts me out pretty good after a w-
    hile but without that feeling of mindlessly killing time before bed. But when
    I'm out partying with friends or sleeping over at their houses (we're adults
    and still do that once in a while lol) bed time is whenever and getting up is
    whenever unless we have stuff we have to do the next day since we help
    each other out with responsibilities and such or find something to do so we
    don't waste our day off sitting around.
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    I generally set my alarm 30 minutes before I actually need to wake up, so that I can hit the 10-minute snooze three times in order to wake up gradually, by degrees.

    I really don't like waking up.
    If you could be anything you want, I bet you'd be disappointed--am I right?

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    sounds like me too...I'm usually exhausted when I get to bed, but I can still find
    something to wake myself back up with thinking about...plus I have detailed dreams
    and end up waking up after a lot of them.
    you have all the power you need if you dare to look
    for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by simulatedworld View Post
    I generally set my alarm 30 minutes before I actually need to wake up, so that I can hit the 10-minute snooze three times in order to wake up gradually, by degrees.

    I really don't like waking up.
    Lol this sounds like me, i sometime get multiple dreams. I really hate getting up, especially when its cold.
    This post grammatical errors had been intentionally left uncorrected.

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    I wake up whenever I need to, to do whatever I need to before class. If it's nothing, I wake up 1 hour before I need to leave.

    I then head straight to the shower and wing it. Usually I space out to music until I need to go.
    The probability that I was procrastinating when I was typing this post:

    P(have big assignment due) = 0.6
    P(posting on TypoC) = 0.2
    P(having big assignment due | posting on TypoC) = 0.7

    P(posting on TypoC | having big assignment due) = .......


    Eh, I'll finish it later.

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    Yeah, I tend to avoid this at all costs.
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