How do people wake up at 5pm?!

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mint123456
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My flatmates do it every day. Can't even see how it is possible, it confuses me.
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I woke up at 5pm today because I stayed up till 7am watching the Pacquaio Vs Margarito fight last night.

Was well worth it :happy2:

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I do it by sleeping at 6am.
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They have useless alarm clocks?
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It's beyond me, 2pm is about my limit.
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You make it sound like that's early
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I did today, but only because I was up all night.
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They just go to sleep at like 8am after an all nighter or so, or they wake up in between and fall asleep again, to finally awaken properly at 5pm. Or they have an afternoon nap. :holmes:
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They go to bed at 5/6/7am. I can get up at 10pm sometimes, but that's when I go to bed at midday after being up all night or something!
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I cant do it, I dont get to sleep until 3-4am.

My dad is up at 5.30am everyday though, without setting an alarm or anything. He's just used to it because he used to have to set off to work at 6.30am.
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With an alarm clock.
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If I am up all night, I will still be unable to get up after 10/11am!
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Go to bed at 8/9am ive done it after working all night on assignments
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simple, they went to sleep a few hours prior.
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(Original post by DaveSmith99)
My dad is up at 5.30am everyday though, without setting an alarm or anything. He's just used to it because he used to have to set off to work at 6.30am.
Hahaha exactly like mine, it's like clockwork.
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Last year my sleeping patterns became inverted, so I'd be up at 9pm and bed by 10am. This was for only a week or so but was relatively easy to get back to normal sleep.
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I've only done it once, and that was when I went to visit my mate at her Uni. We went out and then didn't go to bed until about 7am and I was exhausted!

Normal day to day though, the latest I ever wake up is about 2pm. Average if I don't have to get up for lectures is about 11
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My record is 6:21pm. :cool:
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i cant do it, i cant sleep past midday at the veryyy latest. even if ive been up all night!
i'm kinda glad i cant though, would feel like such a naughty waste of a day!
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Imagine not seeing daylight....
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