Saturday, May 5, 2012

Sleepy Typing


I have recently been invited to the Overworked VIP Club, which unfortunately means that I will be unable to enjoy everything that the blogosphere has to offer.

It seems strange that at a time when sleep would be beneficial, my brain has chosen to experience the novelty of insomnia. As we all know; in life we have to try everything at least once.

Me: Alright. Bed-time.
Mind: No.
Me: I am going to be tried tired tomorrow. Sleep!
Mind: Nope. 
Me: Why not?
Mind: Mind over mattress.
Me: Is there something on your mind, Mind?
Mind: Deadlines, projects, stuff.
Me: If you let me sleep, I'll get everything done.
Mind: Let's do something fun.
Me: Let's not. How about dreadful late night television?
Mind: Whaaat?!? No.No.No...That's not fair....Zzzzzz.

I do not know why anyone needs a zombiepocalypse. Why not just call it Friday?

10 comments:

  1. I had three nights this past week in which I had 3 hours of sleep, or less. I can fall asleep just fine most nights. It's the waking up at 2 or 3 in the morning and thinking about everything that needs to get done that really wakes me up. Then I don't feel like doing anything that I need to. It's a vicious cycle. Hope it doesn't last long for you.

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  2. Welcome to the Insomnia Club. Your welcome pack will arrive in the mail shortly.

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  3. @Meg, hope it doesn't last long either. Somewhat aggravating.
    Trying to exercise more.

    @Sprite. Hello, my name is Antares and I am cranky.
    What's in the welcome pack? Games?
    I like games.

    @Alistair, I know you know.
    Misery? Nah. It's awesome.
    There are so many things I am not getting done with the extra time.

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  4. Robert ringer once said, "If you keep your nose to the grindstone and work long, hard hours, you’re guaranteed to get one thing in return: Old."

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  5. Insomnia unravels my sanity sometimes too. Melatonin?

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  6. @Laoch, :)
    No one escapes the inevitable.

    @dbs, I'm a noob at this, but it does do strange things to your mind.
    Trying the exercise route first.

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  7. Oh there are gift cards.
    *50% off sleep.
    *Buy one sleepless night get another free.
    *Take a further 20% off one sleepless night.
    *Buy two sleepless nights, get a free set of blood shot eyeballs.

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  8. Try and find just a little time to relax man! A good scotch helps. Also, that picture if f'n cute -- I can say that and still be secure in my manhood.

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  9. @DocCyn, ya think?
    Talk to my brain.
    Yes, cats and kittens require constant vigilance to raise testosterone levels back to normal.

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