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    My sleep pattern's been a bit odd the last few nights anyway. I went to bed at about 3.30am on Wednesday morning (was writing a psychology paper) and had to be up at 7.30 for an English tutorial at 9. I was planning on coming back to halls at midday to go back to bed, but ended up going to the union to play pool with a friend, then I went to his house and got a pizza hut, then drank beer. Didn't get back to halls until 1.30am... and I literally fell asleep before my head hit the pillow. I woke up at about 6am and my light was still on, heh. Then I slept in until 2.30pm... ahh... 13 glorious hours of sleep. And now I get the feeling I wont be tired again until, like i said, about 5am.
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    (Original post by Toy Soldier)
    Well I don't have any classes tomorrow, just have to hand in the essay on the way past the Uni when I'm going for my bus. So it's not the same as pulling an all nighter then going to class. Theoretically I can just sleep on the bus. I say theoretically, as there's a chance it'll be busy and I'll be stuck sitting next to some random.
    or that you'll miss your stop :s: - that wouldnt be good. And I certainly wouldnt advise the 4.30am - 9am thing. That was an absolute killer :s: :sleep:
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    or that you'll miss your stop :s: - that wouldnt be good. And I certainly wouldnt advise the 4.30am - 9am thing. That was an absolute killer :s: :sleep:
    It's intercity, there's only two stops, and I get off at the 2nd.
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