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    Just came home from a night out, it's ridiculously early, a sunday, no postman (eagerly awaiting packages...BOOO!!!)...

    So, do I go to bed now and try sleeping through such a nice day in a half lit bedroom, still slightly tipsy and feeling very unhealthy???

    Or do I stay awake for the day lazing around and have a power nap here or there???

    I can't decide...

    What would you do? What SHOULD you do??

    Help!
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    If I was you I'd sleep until about 11/12 and then get up. The 5 hours sleep will give you some energy and you'll feel less tipsey when you wake up!
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    Guess so...

    Feels so horrible going to sleep when birds are singing and early cars drive by every few minutes, horrible.

    £40 left in the bank too....absolutely great, bad times.
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    (Original post by Cupid Stunt)
    Guess so...

    Feels so horrible going to sleep when birds are singing and early cars drive by every few minutes, horrible.

    £40 left in the bank too....absolutely great, bad times.
    build a fort...
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    Why is it though that you survive off near minimal sleep when been drinking.
    I came home at half 4 this morning, yet was wide awake at 8am...damn it!
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    (Original post by Becky_90)
    Why is it though that you survive off near minimal sleep when been drinking.
    I came home at half 4 this morning, yet was wide awake at 8am...damn it!
    Yea I don't understand that, I kind of had a nap, waking up half asleep for what seemed every 10 minutes at one point.

    I think it's your body having withdrawal symptoms from alcohol, it wants MORE!
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    Yeh...until you decide stuff it and just get up.
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    (Original post by Yasser Hayatli)
    build a fort...
    A fort in Shotover!
 
 
 
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