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Things you just don't get

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by tiecollector, Jul 3, 2009.

  1. ImaPro

    ImaPro Senior member

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    I think it has more to do with stress.
     
  2. Piobaire

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    I don't. Even 10 days into vacation I'm still up at the latest by 7am.
     
  3. ImaPro

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    Then its your body getting used to your schedule.
     
  4. Find Finn

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    Amager is a shithole and most of the try hards are uni students, who have moved in from Jutland etc..

    Danes mostly dress in a boho way and most of them look like that have raided a garbage bin, your best odd's is around the Meatcity downtown (around kgs. have and kronprinsensgade), Islands brygge, østerbro, some fancy bar or just cross the border and go to Malmö.




    I my body wakes up at the same time everyday, I'm talking with in minutes.
     
  5. Piobaire

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    Not when you went to bed at 4am.
     
  6. GreenFrog

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    I went to bed at 5 am and my body woke me up at 9.

    Wtf.
     
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    i think so,Vegans, people who don't enjoy chocolate, why Sarah Palin Stepped down.thanks
     
  8. Find Finn

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    This guy.
     
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    Yeah, I'd noticed in Kodbyen they seemed more intentional about the way they dress, but its still that sort of british counterculture LOOK HOW MANY RANDOM THINGS I'M WEARING. Islands Brygge I didnt see much, and I'd been spending a lot of time there, just the KUA students being semifat hippies on the grass by the water... I was really hoping for the navy and tweed ensembles and minimalist fashion I always see online. I'm starting to suspect all those pictures were taken in stockholm.

    And amager is not a shithole, did you know you're never further than 25 meters from a kebab shop, a bar, and a kiosk here? that's pretty cool imho ;)
     
  10. Find Finn

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    Swedes especially in Stockholm are a lot closer to the SF aesthetics.

    Most of the bro area's are like that, Østerbro is the only one not like that, there's it's eco bakeries and cafes and Amager is a shithole, there's a reason why it's called "The shit island." ;)
     
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  11. ImaPro

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    It is. I'm <21 and that happened to me last semester when I had class at 7:30. On the summer I would wake up at 6 am regardless of the time I slept at. Though I was able to fall asleep again :slayer:.

    Well everyone is different I guess.
     
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  12. MrG

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    I've never gotten into a routine with waking up early, but I have to say I'm envious of you guys who have. I would much prefer spontaneously waking early, even on the weekend, to having to choose between waking up tired and naturally sleeping later than I'd like, which are my two options right now.
     
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    Spend a year in the military will correct that issue for you...
     
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    I was early bird to start with, a year of military + guard duty put me on some 4:45 routine for like 6 month after discharged...
     
  16. MrG

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    Yeah, I don't see how that would change it. The issue isn't that I don't get up; it's that my options are to either get up and feel like hell for a while or sleep until my body wakes me and waste the morning. My complaint is that, even after waking early for years, my body hasn't adjusted to the schedule in the way other people in this thread have described.

    Also, I am very, very much not an early bird. If I had it my way, my days would all shift back about three hours. I don't been more sleep or less to do, but I would much prefer the timing were different.
     
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  17. Bhowie

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    BUT BRO THE MILLITARY
     
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  18. ImaPro

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    Then go to sleep earlier.
     
  19. Bhowie

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    Oh, ok. It's that easy.
     
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  20. MrG

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    People who haven't been able to solve my sleep-related issues: Trained medical doctors with access to my detailed medical history.

    People who have been able to solve my sleep-related issues: Anonymous posters on a clothing-themed internet forum.

    Fuckin' a. Is there anything Style Forum can't do?
     
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