View Poll Results: How much sleep do you get?

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  • 10+ hours

    2 5.26%
  • 9 hours

    2 5.26%
  • 8 hours

    6 15.79%
  • 7 hours

    9 23.68%
  • 6 hours

    13 34.21%
  • 5 or less hours

    4 10.53%
  • What is sleep?

    2 5.26%

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    _B-L-U-E_ Betazep's Avatar
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    How many hours of sleep do you sleep every night?
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    I work the late night shift. I don't sleep. I nap.

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    Depends, weekend i can sleep up to 14 hours.

    Weekdays its a matter of 'go to sleep at 5am after writing code and surfing all night'.

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    I managed 5 hrs last night, 6 the night before. I rarely get the recommended 8/9 hours.

    I'm ok for it, but I always fall asleep on the train going home from work...without fail

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    Originally posted by rick barclay
    I work the late night shift. I don't sleep. I nap.

    rick barclay
    He cool, me too. 12:00AM - whenever I get done AM.
    You work in a chocolate factory, right? I can only
    imagine how fun that must be. Rivers of chocolate,
    dancing elves... Beautiful
    Staying away from General.

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    You've been programming too long when you think that dawn is natures way of telling you to go to sleep.

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    6 good ol' hours of sleep...

    go to bed at 11 and wake up at 5. :-)
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    DavidP. *Love* the signature!

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    Lord knows i try/wan't 9 - 12 a night... but sometimes i get as little as 8. its terrible.
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    Originally posted by static


    He cool, me too. 12:00AM - whenever I get done AM.
    You work in a chocolate factory, right? I can only
    imagine how fun that must be. Rivers of chocolate,
    dancing elves... Beautiful
    Ha! I wish. No. We make Taster's Choice coffee and Nestea here.
    Chocolate's made in upstate N.Y., I think.

    We do have a company store, though. I get the large size Quik
    for $1.50. It's the only Nestle product we buy for home
    consumption.

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    This is America calling!

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    >>Nestea

    I'm drinking a cup of Nescafe now as I write.... never heard of Nestea...... not that popular in UK????

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    Lets I stay up to ~1:29 AM and wack up at ~5:50 AM on weekdays, I sleep to ~6:50 if work does not start at 8:00. If it starts at at I wake up at ~5:50.

    Now cary the one and I get:

    5d + 2e = S
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    I usually go to bed around 12.30 read for a bit and crash by 1.00. Normally I wake up about 7am, 8am if I can. I don't need heaps of sleep, but what I do get is pretty solid - what's the point in going to bed around 9.30 and tossing and turning for hours on end? Quality not quantity.

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    Ha! I wish. No. We make Taster's Choice coffee and Nestea here.
    Chocolate's made in upstate N.Y., I think.
    Still, must smell better than ammonia. That's what
    my place smells like. It's awful.
    Staying away from General.

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    I usually get 8 hours on the weekdays...more on weekends....sometimes less depending on what I was doing the night b4...

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