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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by sergiodeblanc, Nov 1, 2017.
Crying baby? Making your woman feel good by getting up the same time she does, instead of sleeping in?
Welcome to parenthood. Get used to it
I've been at work for an hour and a half already, up for 3 and a half. You'll be alright
I haven't slept since the late 1980's.
Manshaming? Seriously? Dude's distraught over being awake at an ungodly hour, and you call him a crying baby????
I’d quit that job if you can.
That can’t be good for your health.
It pays the bills and gives me nights and weekends off so I can play shows. Can't complain!
I had insomnia last night as well. Sympathies.
Whiney whiner says, whine? I did my tour of duty - twice - so I feel qualified to rib.
A sherrif deputy woke me up at 12:30am this morning and you didn’t hear me whining about it. Much.
The struggle is real.
It's not just about the baby... And why would you complain about the stripper dressed as a cop you hired? Too expensive?
do tell... ???
Geesh! Wait until you hit 50...those 4:30am trips to pee often lead to being wide awake!
Told me to stop snoring, I was waking the other inmates.
The earlier you get up, the better the naps.
I love sleep. I wish I could do it.
I survive on very little.
Of course I get up every night...being 53 sucks......but since Sunday my sleeplessness has been due to trying to pass a kidney stone. If you have never done this I do not at all recommend it. Sucks hard.
The joys of parenthood i guess
Camomille tea and cetirizine usually knocks me out, and me finally found melatonin for jetlag, shift changes or when need to get a sleep in and all else failec
I’ve got a bottle of that stuff, it helps getting to sleep but doesn’t do much to keep me that way.
I need some doctor supervised heroin or something...
It’s been well over a year ( longer than since my son was born) where I sleep four hours, stay up for a few more, and then battle for another two to three.