• Midnight, eh? I wish I could stay up that late. I become overcome with sleepiness closer to 11pm.

  • pyrpyr

    know that feel bruh, can’t even party late anymore m’self *patpat*

  • I'd like to say something snarky about Harbaugh coming to Michigan, but I've got nothing. First of all, Purdue is so awful that I feel like I've got no room to talk. Secondly, I really can't think of anything bad to say. So, congrats, I guess. That's all I've got.

    • I think I got ahead of myself and missed a sentence there. That was supposed to read "Secondly, I really can't think of anything bad to say. Harbaugh would seem to be the perfect fit for college, and he no trouble turning Stanford around in a hurry."

  • shammers

    i see that maize and blue ;D

    I'VE BEEN WAITING FOR THE HARBAUGH HIRE! when i can afford tickets, i'll have confidence we can weeeeeeen

    • Had to have them wearing maize and blue on such a big day =)

  • καtrmr

    Meh, you have a 'regular' day cycle.

    Now consider this: I'm drowsy for the first half of the day, then in the evening it gets better, but at 8 pm I'm super sleepy—I'll just fall asleep if I lay down for a couple of minutes.
    Then, if I stay awake until 10 pm, the sleep is gone! By midnight, I'm full of energy and stay this way until 4 am, when I can finally go to bed.
    Which means that I won't get up until 11 am.

    • καtrmr

      The main question is, what age will I be by the time I finally get this damn day schedule straight.

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  • Madame Kagamine


  • Sarg Grassmin

    Sigh… So true

  • PlantaePaints

    the real problem is when you still can stay up till like 3 am, but you have responsibilities so your forced to go to sleep earlier, but your brain is used to staying up late so you can’t fall asleep anyway, and your stuck in a cycle of never getting enough sleep and gosh this took to long to say.