You shouldn’t sleep in, which will give you more time to stare at her while she sleeps, like a psycho.
Anybody who works a job during the week knows how great the weekend can be. It’s exactly like being a kid again, getting drunk and sleeping in (my childhood may have varied from yours). For others, they just want the chance to catch up on some sleep they missed during the week because their job is taking over their life. According to new research, sleeping in on the weekends makes it even harder to wake up come Monday. The reason being that sleeping in delays your circadian (or daily) clock, so you fall asleep later on Sunday and have trouble waking up on Monday. Researchers say the best option is to go to sleep earlier rather than wake up later.
Well this pretty much ruins my entire weekend before it even gets here. How am I supposed to go out for a night of drinking if I’m not allowed to sleep in? I guess the only option is to start drinking earlier so that I reach my tipping point at about 11 instead of two in the morning. There’s other advantages to that as well that I’m sure nobody even thought of. Those late-night/early-morning trips to McDonald’s happen earlier which means, you guessed it, no lines. Not only that, but police won’t be expecting you to be driving drunk at 11 because what kind of alcoholic gets drunk that early? You, that’s who. All in the name of keeping your body in rhythm.
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