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    Hehe its 5 35 and stll no signs of tiredness.

    I can't quite tell if it is damaging my health or not, but I personally don't see staying up all night is a bad thing.

    There's more to life than just sleeping you know
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    (Original post by BlackpoolCraig)
    I got into this cycle during winter, when the days are short, for about two weeks, and i can testify that seeing daylight for the first time in two weeks is an absolutely amazing experience. It's like going to heaven!
    I had the exact same problem. I would stay awake all night and fall asleep just before the sun rose properly, like 7/8 o'clock and then not get up till late afternoon so I just never saw the sun

    The worst was when I stayed up all night to try and get totaly knackered so i'd fall asleep at a normal time but i'd be soooo tired that i'd have to have a nap at say 4 in the afternoon and then wouldn't wake up till like 9/10pm

    I felt so guilty when I woke up not to mention groggy and always with a headache

    Glad I don't do that anymore........oh wait it's nearly 6am
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    there is nothing to do, im bored and not sleepy hmmmmmmmmmmm
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    I got up at 5pm again today. Feels weird ....

    Ok. Today I will get up at 6am. Doesn't matter if I've slept or not.

    New routine starting tomorrow.
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    I do this, except my mum usually makes me wake up about midday, during the holidays.
    During term time I wake up earlier, but still go to sleep late. The complete lack of sleep usually ends up catching up with me and I go to sleep really early (like 6pm). Unfortunately I get back into the same pattern really quickly again. It's worse at times of stress too, so when I'm doing exams and really should be getting plenty of sleep, I get even less
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    Does it really matter if you have a weird sleep pattern or not? Just because its a bit unusual doesn't mean its wrong. If you sleep when you need sleep and are awake when you need to be (for school or whatever) then what harm is it doing.

    My weirdest sleep pattern was getting up at 8pm and going to bed at noon btw

    Actually I tested out a sleep pattern where I would only sleep every other night, that was pretty odd, it was going so well until I fell asleep in a restaraunt
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    I used to go to bed around midnight and then wake up at four or five in the morning (just in time for jeremy kyle!) then either stay up or go back to bed around 8. But now i've taken to staying up on TSR until 3 or 4 in the morning then sleeping on instead. Why is it so addictive?
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    well I'm hoping it'll get me a single room at uni next year *crosses fingers*
    if it does that, then I won't mind it any more.
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    (Original post by qubog)
    I used to go to bed around midnight and then wake up at four or five in the morning (just in time for jeremy kyle!) then either stay up or go back to bed around 8. But now i've taken to staying up on TSR until 3 or 4 in the morning then sleeping on instead. Why is it so addictive?
    Thats pretty weird I have to say :hmmm:

    Not your sleep pattern, more the watching Jeremy Kyle part :p:

    TSR is painfully addictive
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    o0o I love watching Jeremy Kyle at 4 in the morning. =P
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    Dont encourage her :poke: :p:

    The best shows to watch at night used to be Quizmania and the like. I cant bring myself to watch glitterball though :hmmm:
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    Quizmania was awesome. Glitterball and Make your play are pathetic.

    Once glitterball couldn't get any callers through because of technical difficulties and just stood there talking for around 3 hours. Pointless.
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    I might set up a Jeremy Kyle appreciation society!

    Those quiz shows are worth watching just to see the presenter get more and more awkward as they struggle to think of something to say:

    Presenter: "Towns beginning with B...B...B...you might live in a town beginning with B...or you might know someone who lives in a town beginning with B...think! Towns beginning with B!"
    *presenter looks awkwardly at camera*
    *phone rings*
    Presenter: "Welcome to make your play! Do you know the name of a town beginning with B?"
    Contestant: "Bath?"
    Presenter: "No, sorry, Bath, Belfast, Basingstoke, Brighton, Bristol, Battersea and Blackpool aren't there!"

    I always mean to keep watching so that i can see the mystical answers that are on the board. But i never make it that long!
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    Yup, and they are always really obscure answers that no one would ever think of.
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    Like Billington-on-the-Wonket?
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    Exactly. And then the presenters are like - Ahh how easy was that?
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    yeah, in the kind of patronising voice that says you knew it all along didn't you! well, no i didnt actually! :mad:

    its 4 oclock! time for jeremy kyle!
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    (Original post by <(+_+)>)
    Quizmania was awesome. Glitterball and Make your play are pathetic.

    Once glitterball couldn't get any callers through because of technical difficulties and just stood there talking for around 3 hours. Pointless.
    Very pointless, but it sounds like you still watched :p:

    I liked the obscure number games they used to have on quizmania. They'd have something like '"Five + 5 = " and then they would say solve the puzzle. It was always some obscure answer like 543 :confused:

    I'm going to watch a bit of JK, I'll go to bed after the first argument though, I'm pretty tired now
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    I'll admit, I was so bored I actually watched the entire Glitterball show. Thats just because I'm not really supposed to be on the PC that late (which is 2 floors down from my room) but the rents are on holiday this week so thats why I'm spending around 95% of my time on TSR lmao.
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    Oh wow, 15 minutes in and already Jeremy has told someone to get off their backside and get a job and shouted "TRUE OR FALSE" at a guest on the show
 
 
 
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