10 Things Only Night Owls will Understand

Let’s face it: There are some of us out
there that just aren’t morning people. You feel the most awake in the
hours after midnight and will literally kill anyone who dares to wake you up
before 11 a.m. on any day of the week. It’s rough out there for a night owl.
So if you’re one of us chronic night owls…this one’s for you.
1. Midnight snacking.

Let’s face it, midnight snacks are a regular
thing for you every night, so much so that it’s practically become a specialty
of yours.
what do you mean it’s not socially acceptable to eat ramen at three in the

2. The torture of waking up in the morning.

Early morning classes or work shifts are like a death
sentence, and there’s nothing worse than waking up to the obnoxious sound of
your alarm clock ringing incessantly besides your bed. Never mind that you only
got 4 hours of sleep last night—you’re somehow still expected to get up and
function throughout the day.
hitting the snooze button at least 15 times, of course.

3. Always falling asleep in class.

Dozing off in class is a regular thing for you, especially
during long lectures…Your only hope is that you’ve got a friend in the same
class who’s willing to give you their notes for all those times you nod off.
 And for
all the times you miss class because you couldn’t even manage to get up from
your bed, of course. 

4. Daytime naps are a regular thing.

After having to wake up at an ungodly hour and function on 4
hours of sleep, who can blame you for wanting to collapse onto your bed the
very minute you get out of class? And small naps just won’t do, your naps are
always at least 3 hours long.
 And when you wake up you find that the sun is
already setting and you’ve wasted your entire day in bed. Oops.

5. Oversleeping and missing appointments and plans.

You’re always the last person there for plans you and your
friends make, either because you’ve just woken up from one of your accidental
1-hour-turned-into-5-hour naps or because the plans were made for way too early
in the day.
which case you blame you friends because they should know by now that you just
don’t do 10 a.m. brunches.

6. Going to sleep early is just

No matter how many times you tell yourself you’ll go to bed
at a reasonable hour this time, you find yourself wide awake at 3 a.m. having
done it again…At this point you should know better, but you know you’re
doomed to repeat the cycle by the time the next night rolls around.
will never ever change I guess! *facepalm*

7. Accidental Netflix binges.

Of course, your times spent staying up are not always so
productive, and sometimes you can’t help but go on Netflix to watch just that
one episode—and then you swear you’ll go to bed.
before you know it, the sun’s already up and you’ve just finished an entire
season of Game of Thrones

8. Weekends are a designated time for marathon sleeping

With all the sleep you lose over having to wake up early
during weekdays, your Saturdays and Sundays are basically the time for you to
catch up on all the sleep you’ve lost.
you’ll basically murder anyone if they wake you up before 2 p.m.

9. Your most productive work time hours are somewhere between
midnight and the crack of dawn.

You’re not really sure why, but your brain is the most awake
and active during those hours when everyone else is sound asleep. Night time is
when you have your best ideas and when your productivity level peaks, which is why
you’re almost always found doing your work at 3 a.m. in the morning instead of
in the daytime like any other functional human being.
the most hard working person ever..well in the night of course!

10. Hearing the birds outside
your window means that you messed up, big time.

This is usually around 5 or 6 a.m., when it’s beginning to
get bright outside and the day is just starting for everyone else. At this
point you know you’ve messed up—you’re thinking to yourself, “Oh God, have
I really been awake all night? Again?!
know I’m doomed for life with this..


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