I thought you couldn't watch the first couple of days at all f_o_s
Trying to decide on tomorow's breakfast, have been told Subway do a good breakfast Sub.
I'm feeling little thick headed, but aiming for same routine tonight. Kip 7.30-11.30, watch til 3.30 or so, exercise, shower, hour or so's play then hour and a half's more kip from 6-7.30.
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I've had approx 3hrs sleep at best in the last 37 and am reduced to speaking small words very slowly amidst very poor sentences. I am like a walking copy of the Daily Mirror with fewer tits.
Plan for the next three hours is finish boarding duty ASAP before three hours' shut-eye ahead of the morning session. I can then get 40 mins at lunch and 20 mins at tea before getting stuck in from 5am onward with a shower 7.30ish. Only teaching 9.30-10.40 tomorrow, followed by sitting through a musical performance about some ecofriendly nonsense that is guaranteed to send me out like a light. Must ensure I sit next to a child who understands the Ashes and will nudge me firmly in the ribs BEFORE I start to snore.
On the plus side, I'm getting shedloads of marking done.
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Will try to stay up as long as possible tonight, but already a bit knackered from exam **** so reckon ill only make it till Lunch
uuuuggggghhh want sleep
How England perform in the first hour will dictate how long I stay up tonight. If they have a good first hour I'll stick it out as long as I can and more than likely skip my lecture in the morning; if they fail to take a wicket or are bowling pies I'm off to bed.
Originally Posted by CricinfoOriginally Posted by Cricinfo
Don't remember ever seeing threads like this when Australia tour England - obviously the aussie posters on this forum are a bunch of work shy bums who don't have to worry about getting up in the morning
Last edited by chalky; 25-11-2010 at 06:45 PM.
My eyes are so heavy now.Might just pour the coffee straight in them,might be able to see more then.
Work tomorow, if anyone buys tickets for the midnight Harry Potter that finishes at 2.50 I am going to throw Nacho cheese in their face.
Going to miss Jimi taking the last 5 wickets in the first hour no matter what though.
I had a huge bowl of porridge. Might try McDonalds' Festive Burger at lunchtime. Having a few beers tonight so there will be no funny sleep patterns, just a case of surviving as long as I can tonight.
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