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If you pull an all nighter, is it better to get a few hours kip late morning/mid-day watch

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    or to 'tough it out' for that day, get an early night and sleep like a baby?
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    Well I've only really pulled an all nighter once and then I slept for two hours mid morning and I felt surprisingly good


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    (Original post by channies)
    Well I've only really pulled an all nighter once and then I slept for two hours mid morning and I felt surprisingly good


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    what kind of parries do you live in?

    I have gone to bed after 3am 6 knights on the trot now this week haha
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    depends on how tired you feel- i tend to feel fine for about half the day and then it hits me
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    (Original post by Smash Bandicoot)
    what kind of parries do you live in?

    I have gone to bed after 3am 6 knights on the trot now this week haha
    Oh i thought an all nighter was longer than this, I went to sleep at 7am that day that's when it's morning to me hahaha, so I guess I live in a normal parry whatever this word may entail lol


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