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Oct 13, 2009

I'm making it up as I go along.

I'm making it up as I go along.

Oct 13, 2009

Men's room always smells terrible.

Oct 14, 2009

I once worked for 3 days straight (yes, full day + all nighter + full day + allnighter + full day). No exaggeration, I worked the entire time and didn't get a chance to sleep.

Oct 14, 2009
yung_gekko:

I once worked for 3 days straight (yes, full day + all nighter + full day + allnighter + full day). No exaggeration, I worked the entire time and didn't get a chance to sleep.

I can make this story worse... I did the same thing, except mine happened to be a Friday-Saturday-Sunday of a long weekend. Got out at 6pm Sunday, but back at it on Monday at 10am (the holiday).

Though, to be fair, I slept with my head on the desk for about an hour and a half each night I was there.

Oct 14, 2009
yung_gekko:

I once worked for 3 days straight (yes, full day + all nighter + full day + allnighter + full day). No exaggeration, I worked the entire time and didn't get a chance to sleep.

How did you manage to stay awake? Take anything other than caffeine to keep you up? I have spent a similar amount of time awake, not for work, just having fun, but by day 3 you feel a mess. It becomes hard to focus and you feel like a loony...everything becomes hilarious. I couldn't imagine doing it at work.

Regards

Oct 14, 2009

so you guys wore the same suit for three days? hard life.

Oct 14, 2009

Indeed, it would be interesting to know what you guys took to stay awake for such a long time. From my own experience, it is possible to stay awake for 48 hours straight, but after it's another problem. So caffeine ? Redbull ?

Oct 14, 2009

Espresso and lots of water works for me when I study all night for tests.

Oct 14, 2009
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