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    morning or night person?

    Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by katina, Oct 17, 2018.

    a night owl or otherwise fresh as daisy a morning frenzy?

    which are you?
     
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    I'm definitely not a morning person. I hate doing things in the morning. I'm more active the later part of the afternoon.
     
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    Definitely a night person. My bed time is anywhere from noon to 4, and I usually get up anywhere from 5 to midnight. I do, of course, have to change this up every once in a while to exist in our modern society, but it yet to stick.
     
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    Night. No doubt about it.
     
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    I wanna be a lark, but I have owl-like tendencies :-(
     
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    nice one :p
     
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    Night. Most certainly. I'd only ever be active in the evenings and nights if I could get away with it. Tragically, work and such prevents me from indulging in my noctural nature.
     
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    Morning. I was an early riser even as a kid.
     
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    For sure.
    Is that your cat?:D
     
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    Night. But I can get up in the morning and be productive if I so wish it. I just like sleeping in... maybe with a cup of hot chocolate or something... read a book and only get out of bed 6 hours after I've actually woken up. :p
     
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    Yep, it is. Photo taken post-vampirism. He's an outdoor kitty, now.
     
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    Aww cute. Love cats.
    Outdoor can be quite stressful for cats. They have to be neutered if they are male which is
    tragic. What is the name of the cat?
     
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    6 hours !!! what you just stay in bed awake all this time?
    I agree a hot coco does the job especially with a drop of brandy in it in the evenings obviously. :p
     
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    Oh, trust me, the lad is more than fine. He goes by Caligula, or Gully for short.
     
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    Morning, most definitely. To me, there is no better feeling than waking up with the sun.

    Plus, early bird catches the worm.
     
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    I'm assuming that's because worms come out at night, so wouldn't birds that have been up all night be in a better position to catch worms?
     
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    Sleep deprived birds fly about as well as Stevie Wonder drives. Unless we.... give them cocaine. Then we can have super birds and no worm would be safe.
     
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    What about a daytime person?

    Morning is a struggle for me, although I wake up early naturally due to body clock from getting ready for work.

    I prefer afternoons and evenings.

    If I had to pick out of the given choices, I'd say I'm a night person but I don't stay up particularly late.
     
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    Morning. I'm always up really early, I like to get an early start on my day :p
     
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    6 hours was maybe an exaggeration, it's more like 2-4 hours usually, sometimes more, sometimes less. More during weekends, less doing work-days. But yeah, I stay in bed, awake, during that time. wrapped up in my blanket nice and warm. :p
     
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    Since having my son, I’m neither. I wake at 6 am and wish so badly to go back to bed. Everything is a struggle in the morning. I’ve adapted to mornings, but I still don’t love them.
    By the time little one goes to sleep, I can usually barely keep my eyes open and I’m excited to go back to sleep.

    Before that though, I was a night person for sure. I love being outside at night time. I love the moon and stars. Once I get full nights of uninterrupted sleep, I’m sure I’ll go back to being energised during the night. For now, I am zombie.
     
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    Neither. I hate waking up and don't usually stay up late.
     
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    Definitely nightowl. I've always been more alert and productive at night...so much so that my parents had to adjust my bedtime so I wouldn't wake up in the middle of the night to play.

    Thank you! Were I a bird, long before the time the crows started crowing, I'd have eaten most of the nightcrawlers and placed all my overseas bird calls.

    Sleep deprivation and insomnia are a whole 'nother thing, but when insomnia isn't a factor my natural body clock is happiest going to bed sometime between 1 and 2 and getting up six and a half hours later. When I feel like seeing the sunrise or have an early morning flight, staying up all night is far easier for me than going to bed early. The year I tried going to bed early every night I was groggy all the time.
     
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    night!! the dark is very comforting i think, and private. it's where i feel most safe and alone :supersmile: plus the idea of it is very romantic
     

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