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Old 06-08-2010, 01:12 PM   #11
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Its all mental you have to set your brain to a time you want to get up and then work on it. Or get a cat and feed him last at 7:00pm and by the time 4:00am rolls around he or she will be meowing in your ear for food and you will get up. That'* how I do it.
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Haha, I enjoy cats, but I can't deal with animals in the house. I'm on a schedule of bed at 12:30, up at 6:30. I'll have to try training myself to jump out of bed at 6:30 and grab breakfast or something, I've been bad about eating breakfast. I'm sure my problem is mostly mental
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Again..your words..
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i am the worse morning person you will everrr meet lol. I have both my phones sitting next to me...one has 3 alarms & the other one has 6...most of the time i dont hear any of them. i am such a heavy sleeper! Usually the only way I get up right away is if my rents wake me up for some reason lol. I had to get up at 6 this morning to get ready for school & it was absolutely horrible! I gotta do that twice a week for the next 8 weeks. then i get a break for 2 weeks & then i gotta do it again for the fall semester =(
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I'm not ashamed of the fact I may have a few nuts loose in my head. I mean honestly, who tricks out a Pontiac Bonneville??
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who tricks out a Pontiac Bonneville??
I keep telling people that I must have a tumor. Add Buick Regal and Pontiac Bonneville together and what do you get. Tumor

Oh.. another thing you can do to help yourself in the morning is get rid of the non-essentials. Like hair.. it'* unneeded and only adds track weight to slow you down.
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Oh.. another thing you can do to help yourself in the morning is get rid of the non-essentials. Like hair.. it'* unneeded and only adds track weight to slow you down.
You stay away from my hair! I finally got it back to the point where all I have to do to fix my hair is dry it and give it a few shakes.

Plus after many years of experimenting with different lengths, I've come to the conclusion that the chicks dig it
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You stay away from my hair! I finally got it back to the point where all I have to do to fix my hair is dry it and give it a few shakes.

Plus after many years of experimenting with different lengths, I've come to the conclusion that the chicks dig it
Buzz cut is the way to go. Uses a lot less shampoo and takes about 3 seconds to dry with the towel
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Buzz cut is the way to go. Uses a lot less shampoo and takes about 3 seconds to dry with the towel
i agree
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This should work for you.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qzCrGrmMXLY
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