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#30481 Moaty

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Posted 30 March 2015 - 01:48 PM

They do indeed. Especially when you've gone to sleep at 4 thanks to Wrestlemania and that you've also had since last Thursday off :D.

Went through a 70cl bottle of Vodka and a few bottles of Corona so don't think I'd have been much use at work today, Nowt new there mind.
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#30482 Shinkansen

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Posted 30 March 2015 - 02:21 PM

What are you doing in Beijing, the man in black? Horrible place. Please convince me to change my mind haha
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#30483 Makarios

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Posted 30 March 2015 - 04:00 PM

 

She is sexy. 


Edited by Makarios, 30 March 2015 - 04:01 PM.

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#30484 Moaty

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Posted 30 March 2015 - 07:59 PM

Got a blinder here, get paid 8pm - 6am but allowed to leave when contractors do, been told they'll be away by 12am, and tomorrow night coming in half an hour earlier and will get away early as well. And people complain about night shift.
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#30485 StanLCFC

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Posted 30 March 2015 - 08:01 PM

Got a blinder here, get paid 8pm - 6am but allowed to leave when contractors do, been told they'll be away by 12am, and tomorrow night coming in half an hour earlier and will get away early as well. And people complain about night shift.

 

You have before :lol:


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Posted 30 March 2015 - 08:01 PM

Got a blinder here, get paid 8pm - 6am but allowed to leave when contractors do, been told they'll be away by 12am, and tomorrow night coming in half an hour earlier and will get away early as well. And people complain about night shift.

 

Love nightshift, always get some peace and quiet. On days now after 2 weeks of nights and can't stand it


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#30487 Moaty

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Posted 30 March 2015 - 08:16 PM

Forgot to mention the 40 inch tele in the staff room, Trevor MacDonald's new series at the minute. Happy days.
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Posted 30 March 2015 - 09:34 PM

My sleeping pattern is so fuck, 5.34am here in Beijing and so far tonight I've had two hours sleep and don't even feel remotely tired. FFS.
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Posted 30 March 2015 - 09:45 PM

Are you able to function properly on 2 hours of sleep?

 

Margaret Thatcher used to rely on very little sleep to get going, while other people, such as myself, need at least 8 hours (ideally 8-10) to properly function at 100%.


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Posted 30 March 2015 - 09:50 PM

I think you can function properly but it just requires more effort. You're pushing your body to the limit to produce the necessary chemicals within.

 

I've got in to a routine where 7 hours sleep is good enough for me.


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Posted 30 March 2015 - 09:51 PM

Major effort getting up from it, but can easily go 16 or 18 hours on less than 6 hours' sleep, depending on how strenuous the day is.


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#30492 Moaty

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Posted 30 March 2015 - 09:53 PM

Are you able to function properly on 2 hours of sleep?   Margaret Thatcher used to rely on very little sleep to get going, while other people, such as myself, need at least 8 hours (ideally 8-10) to properly function at 100%.

That may explain why the woman was such an utter cunt!
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Posted 30 March 2015 - 10:25 PM

I slept through the day yesterday, that's why I'm having such a problem sleeping at times like now!!
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Posted 30 March 2015 - 11:07 PM

I slept through the day yesterday, that's why I'm having such a problem sleeping at times like now!!

Having a problem replying to my question too :(
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Posted Yesterday, 01:53 AM

Same mate, awake at this time. Detest getting up in the afternoon.Games of Thrones hasn't helped matters mind. Two more episodes and I've finally caught up before the new season starts. Hands down the best thing I've ever watched. Would recommend it to anyone.
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Posted Yesterday, 04:55 AM

Having a problem replying to my question too :(

What's your question?
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Posted Yesterday, 05:01 AM

I would kill for a regular sleep pattern... I suppose my mix of wake up times comes from my Night working and I guess old habits die hard.. When I think about how much sleep I get it's a wonder I can still move about sometimes.. terrible really

 

Sunday was my first day back at work and I was up about 4.15am and don't have to be in until 7 then after doing a 13 hour shift I was hoping that I could catch up with some kip but ended up going to bed about 1am and then getting up at 4.30am.. that was 3 and a half hours then it was back to work for another 13 hours and the body was fine but the old eyes were feeling it a bit so got my head down about 11.30 last night only to wake up at 4am again!! got another 12-13 hour shift to do today and it's going to be a tough one.. Surprising how much you can push yourself when you have to..


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Posted Yesterday, 07:19 AM

What are you doing in Beijing, the man in black? Horrible place. Please convince me to change my mind haha


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Posted Yesterday, 09:13 AM

I can function on no sleep but id have to make up for it the night after
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Posted Yesterday, 06:47 PM

Changing of house is a pain in the ass. 

 

Knackered. 


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Posted Yesterday, 06:50 PM

Changing of house is a pain in the ass. 

 

Knackered. 

 

It's supposed to be in the top 5 stress related things to do I believe...


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Posted Yesterday, 06:54 PM

It's supposed to be in the top 5 stress related things to do I believe...

 

Yeah, it's been a stressful day and we're not done yet. Tomorrow we have the furniture and the machines (dishwasher, etc.) to move to the new house.

 

Not looking forward to. 


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Posted Yesterday, 07:11 PM

Yeah, it's been a stressful day and we're not done yet. Tomorrow we have the furniture and the machines (dishwasher, etc.) to move to the new house.

 

Not looking forward to. 

 

I remember when we finally moved out of the Flat to the house and it was shocking just how much stuff there was to do.. Couldn't do it all in one day so had to make sure we took the essentials like the beds for example and the cooker so we could all have something to eat for the night.. The amount of boxes we had were unreal.. Of course the other problem you have is finding stuff when you need it at short notice.. " It's in one of these somewhere" was a common line for about 2 weeks..  :lol:

 

Actually I have just looked up the top 10 and it's not even on there... The 10 most stressful life events are:-

 

  1. Death of a spouse: 100
  2. Divorce: 73
  3. Marital separation: 65
  4. Imprisonment: 63
  5. Death of a close family member: 63
  6. Personal injury or illness: 53
  7. Marriage: 50
  8. Dismissal from work: 47
  9. Marital reconciliation: 45
  10. Retirement: 45

Looking at that list Moaty must be almost suicidal coming in at number 4 and 6


Edited by Bluewolf, Yesterday, 07:11 PM.

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Posted Yesterday, 07:16 PM

I remember when we finally moved out of the Flat to the house and it was shocking just how much stuff there was to do.. Couldn't do it all in one day so had to make sure we took the essentials like the beds for example and the cooker so we could all have something to eat for the night.. The amount of boxes we had were unreal.. Of course the other problem you have is finding stuff when you need it at short notice.. " It's in one of these somewhere" was a common line for about 2 weeks.:lol:

 

:lol:

 

I can relate with that, at the moment. 


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