Morning coffee stupid thoughts

Palad1

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Mornin'

What's the first (at least partially) coherent thought you have while drinking your morning coffee?

Mine (7AM, 5h sleep), while watching my morning coffee reflecting the ceiling light: "Hey, the Great Eye of Sauron is watching me"...

Cheers!
 

Deepdale

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My internal body clock usually gets me up by 3 a.m. and I often have two thoughts concerning this:

1. I am amazed how I can function with a high energy level and be fully productive at work with such sleeping habits and ...

2. Even drill sergeants do not start their day any earlier than I begin mine.
 

SamIchi

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Deepdale said:
My internal body clock usually gets me up by 3 a.m. and I often have two thoughts concerning this:

1. I am amazed how I can function with a high energy level and be fully productive at work with such sleeping habits and ...

2. Even drill sergeants do not start their day any earlier than I begin mine.
Whoa! You wake up at 3AM everyday? When do you goto sleep?

Hmm, I don't drink coffee, and I don't wake up in the morning. I usually stay up til 4 or 5 AM and wake up around noon. I hate morning... Although, I do feel like it's a waste when I wake up late.:rolleyes:
 

Deepdale

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SamIchi said:
Whoa! You wake up at 3AM everyday? When do you goto sleep?
I know, it's crazy. Usually I get 45 minutes of sleep soon after the evening news starts at 6:30 -- that must have something to do with Elizabeth Vargas :) -- and at 10 p.m. I usually doze off for another hour. Then around 1:30 I will sleep again until 3 a.m.
 

jmufellow

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the first coherent thing I think when drinking my morning coffee is: "bleh, customers." I work at a coffee shop :) speaking of which I need to be there at 6:30 this morning :eek:
 

mad jew

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jmufellow said:
the first coherent thing I think when drinking my morning coffee is: "bleh, customers."

Normally I wouldn't think anything of this, but reading your signature gets me worried about what exactly you're saying, or doing... :eek:
 

jmufellow

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mad jew said:
Normally I wouldn't think anything of this, but reading your signature gets me worried about what exactly you're saying, or doing... :eek:
You caught me redhanded! (or greenhanded?):confused:
 

Deepdale

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mad jew said:
Normally I wouldn't think anything of this, but reading your signature gets me worried about what exactly you're saying, or doing... :eek:
One can only hope that employees of the coffee shop do not wear "Vomit On Me" tee-shirts. :)
 

crdean1

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Dog woke me up at 4am and I could not go back to sleep. I guess I'll go make some coffee.

Of course the dog is asleep again next to my warm wife in our cold house, Arg!:mad:
 

Deepdale

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crdean1 said:
Of course the dog is asleep again next to my warm wife in our cold house, Arg!
Gives new insight into the expression "being treated like a dog." Sounds like a lucky dog to me. :)
 

crdean1

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Deepdale said:
Gives new insight into the expression "being treated like a dog." Sounds like a lucky dog to me. :)
I'll say. I am the cold one in the family, my wife is always warm so I get close to her. 3 years ago we get this little dog, and now the dog is closest to my wife, and I am left to get close to the dog to try and get warm.

Secondhand warmness. Although I love the dog, I definitely don't sleep as well.
 

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Palad1

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Trust your coffee thoughts

(sorry if I hijack this thread a bit but I think it's a nice continuation of my first post)

Well, this morning's visitation by the Great Eye was kinda prophetic.

Let's sum things up:
  • 7 AM : The Great Eye appears in my morning coffee, He is watching me, seeking me out, reaching for my soul.. brrr let's sip this one quickly ;)
  • 8 AM : Missed my train, next one in.. 5 hours
  • 11 AM : Phone call, someone close is at the hospital, I save the number on my phone to call back
  • 11.30 AM : Before boarding my train, a schmuk who seems to be about to miss his train runs into me and runs along, without even apologizing.
  • 1 PM : After arriving 5 hours late at my client's office, it now seems quite clear that this late schmuk was in fact a pickpocket. I'm now officially phoneless
  • 2 PM : Why the ... didn't I write down this number on a piece of paper!

Morale of the story: Trust your first thought, beware the Eye, He is Evil.

:eek:
 

MacVibes

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who is she

On a good morning I ask myself :who is that hot chick?

On an average morning I ask myself: alone again?

On a bad morning I ask myself :all over again?
 

katie ta achoo

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6: hit alarm. Keep hitting snooze until it's 6:21. Punks
6:21: "Hey, where'd my blankets go?"

I actually PHYSICALLY fell out of bed today. It HURT! :(

/has a booboo on her elbow
//stupid high bed
///fell about 3 feet
////there was also a desk in the way.