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Whats the earliest youve got up and stayed up watch

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    Please and thankyou me is 4:35 recently.
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    Got up at 10am friday morning and didnt get to sleep until 11pm saturday evening. I've done this several time, not nice.
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    Got up at 0:00 on one day, and went to sleep at 0:01, the next day.
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    The earliest I've got up and the latest I've stayed up happens to be the same time, as I stayed up the whole night once to complete my coursework.
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    But then again I generally stay up till quite late - usually past midnight.
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    up at 6am for college, later bed at 4am after a coursework cram-session, back up at 6am for college, only for bed at 4am again the next night (or morn) after a 2nd cram session in another subject, back up at 6am, again for college. thats 4hours sleep in 2 days
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    Got up at 8am, went college, went to my first work at 9pm. Finished at 6am. Watched tv for 2 hours. Went to my second job at 8am saturday morning, finished at 6pm. Slept for 30 hours afterwards
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    about 4 am or mayb 3 am, in both cases its been cause there has been a graand prix on the tv (can't remeber whether it was japan or australia, but one of them i think :P)
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    (Original post by bilb)
    Slept for 30 hours afterwards

    30 hours? Seriously or a slight exaggeration?
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    (Original post by firestone)
    30 hours? Seriously or a slight exaggeration?
    :dito: ???
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    Stayed up all night a few times (including once when I was at Oxford for interviews. Possibly that's why I didn't get in...), but I think the earliest I've actually got up is two a.m.. I had a flight to catch.
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    midnight, then didn't sleep for 36 hours!
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    4am when i went to work with my dad.
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    A couple of times I've stayed up all night two nights in a row, and not gone to bed until the evening of the day after the second. I think that means I've been awake for 60 hours! :eek:
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    umm, 6am, but thats only when we are going to Alton Towers or Light-waterer valley. School days its usually 8:30am
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    I can stay up for 24 hours at the very most.
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    (Original post by kew96158)
    A couple of times I've stayed up all night two nights in a row, and not gone to bed until the evening of the day after the second. I think that means I've been awake for 60 hours! :eek:
    Woah. Didn't you feel even a bit drowsy the next day? For the same piece of coursework I got about 3 hours of sleep in 48 hours, and even then I was practically falling asleep the following day, and just about managed to force myself awake.
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    At one of my friends sleepovers in a huge church hall (there were about 25 of us), and I was up at about 10 that morning, and didn't sleep until 6 the next day. So, that's 32 hours. Or if you're talking about early mornings, then about 4 am for a school trip abroad, and I stayed up till about 11 that night.
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    3am to go on holiday, went to cyprus i think
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