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Morning or Night Person?

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    • Morning
      5
    • Night
      45
    • Afternoon
      1
    • A different, oddly specific time not covered above
      7
    • I prefer to be awake all the time
      8
    • I prefer to sleep all the time
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On 8/31/2017 at 11:58 AM, Dab is a Cunt said:

Hmmm I wonder weather or not Trump is a morning or night person

 

Definitely a night person:haha:

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I'm a night person and LOL. He made his opening speech for presidency at like 3 am. Funniest political thing I've ever seen in my life.

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I go through phases. Thanks to my previous job, I had to work nights in the busy summer season, and then switch to days in the slower winter season. I think I overall prefer mornings now, just because my eyes automatically get tired at around midnight and I couldn't stay awake if I wanted to.

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Morning for sure. I try to stay up late but then my eyes start to get really tired. I have to force myself to stay up sometimes.

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I was a programmer, nerd and a lo tmore years ago, so sleep is unimportant for me, but due the fact that today, my kids kicks me out of my bed on 5.30am I need sleep. Mostly I fall into around 1am.

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