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    (Original post by Punkrockfan)
    no, i have been waking up at 6 ever since beginning of year 9

    sometimes 5 when i have homework/lots of revision to do

    i do this because i enjoy the quiet when everyone else is asleep and i work MUCH better in the morning
    Without an alarm?
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    (Original post by Bham369)
    You live on a farm?
    yup
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    (Original post by toonervoustotalk)
    Haha
    What?
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    (Original post by homeland.lsw)
    yup
    Nice!😊😊😊
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    (Original post by Bham369)
    Nice!😊😊😊
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    (Original post by Bham369)
    What?
    Nothing 😊
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    (Original post by homeland.lsw)
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    My friend did his paper round all throughout high school and he used to get up at 6 and not seem to care but after a while he started to look totally wiped out.
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    I'm 15 and get up at 6:30. Been doing that for so long I can usually wake up at exactly that time without an alarm the latest I really stay in bed on weekends is 8:30, hate the feeling of lying in for ages. Plus I do a paper round on Sundays :0
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    (Original post by Bham369)
    Seriously I can't be! Can I ? Please tell me I'm not!!!!
    the moment when you finished your gold practise dofe and the only time you can get is is 7am because that's the time you got up for, for the last 3 days

    <----- me
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    My friend has never woken up after 8 am. EVER. hahaha
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    (Original post by Bham369)
    Without an alarm?
    if i wake up at 6, then yes without an alarm, i think my body got used to waking up at that time

    but if i wake up at 5 then i need an alarm most of the time
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    (Original post by Little Popcorns)
    My friend did his paper round all throughout high school and he used to get up at 6 and not seem to care but after a while he started to look totally wiped out.
    I was getting up at 5am for the early shift for like 3 months. I've never been so tired.
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    LOOOOOOOOL
    gurl! you insane...
    I'm 17 and on weekends I wake up at 11am and on weekdays I wake up at 7am
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    Nope. I'm 17 and I wake up at around 7am daily (including weekends) willingly.
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    I am so jealous normally I wake up around 12 on weekends. And I still feel so tired but I am hoping to change that for Easter. All those wasted hours
 
 
 
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