What time do you wake up?

What time do you wake up?

  • 12-3 AM

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • 3-5 AM

    Votes: 11 15.7%
  • 5-7 AM

    Votes: 27 38.6%
  • 7-8 AM

    Votes: 20 28.6%
  • 8-9 AM

    Votes: 3 4.3%
  • 9-10 AM

    Votes: 3 4.3%
  • 10-11 AM

    Votes: 1 1.4%
  • 11-12 AM

    Votes: 1 1.4%
  • 12-2 PM

    Votes: 2 2.9%
  • 2-4 PM

    Votes: 1 1.4%
  • 4-6 PM

    Votes: 1 1.4%
  • 6-8 PM

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • 8-10 PM

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • 10-12 AM

    Votes: 0 0.0%

  • Total voters
    70

poiihy

macrumors 68020
Original poster
Aug 22, 2014
2,273
40
This is a poll to find out about what time the people at MacRumors wake up.

What time do you usually wake up?
In the poll put the time you wake up on weekdays.
Apparently I cant edit the poll
 
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Intell

macrumors P6
Jan 24, 2010
18,872
368
Inside
If you want the poll to be edited, you have to use the report button and ask a moderator to edit it for you.
 

firedept

macrumors 603
Jul 8, 2011
5,606
454
Somewhere!
I am awake Saturday to Monday 2:30 am, work days. Rest of week usually between 4:00-4:30 am, days off.
 
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Happybunny

macrumors 68000
Sep 9, 2010
1,752
1,351
Any time that I feel like, I also eat when I'm hungry, and go to bed when I'm tired.;)
 
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LadyX

macrumors 68020
Mar 4, 2012
2,358
249
What time do you wake up?

Sometimes 9 AM, sometimes 10 AM. I graduated from university 7 months ago and only applied for a job about a month ago and will start in a week or so. I will be waking up at say 6:30 AM when I start the job. During the weekends, I wake up between 9:30 AM and 10:00 AM.

Edit: why do you guys wake up so early on the weekends??
 

maflynn

Moderator
Staff member
May 3, 2009
63,831
30,346
Boston
4:30am when I commute into the city for work, and between 5:00am and 5:30am when I work from home.
 

Scepticalscribe

macrumors Sandy Bridge
Jul 29, 2008
45,341
30,637
The Far Horizon
What does this word 'morning' mean?

And the expression, or verb, [to] 'wake up'? Is that another term for that bleary-eyed feeling of slowly surfacing from a state of happy oblivion, as one's eyes open a tiny crack, to admit light and a dawning day?

In the interests of disclosure: I am a night owl, not a morning lark, by temperament, and disposition and internal body clock.

I can do lark-like things, but only ever under the duress of approaching deadlines, timetables, meetings, flights, or the requirements of gainful and suitably salaried employment. Never, ever, ever voluntarily.
 

LadyX

macrumors 68020
Mar 4, 2012
2,358
249
What time do you wake up?

What does this word 'morning' mean?

And the expression, or verb, [to] 'wake up'? Is that another term for that bleary-eyed feeling of slowly surfacing from a state of happy oblivion, as one's eyes open a tiny crack, to admit light and a dawning day?

Oh boy SS, you love to question everything :p
 

samiwas

macrumors 68000
Aug 26, 2006
1,575
3,518
Atlanta, GA
It depends on the day. If I'm working and need to be somewhere at 8:00am, I might wake up around 6:45am. If I'm not working and it's my day to wake up with the kid (my wife and I alternate), I'll wake up when he does around 7:00am. If it's not my day to wake up with the kid, usually 10:00-10:30am. Before we had the kid, I usually woke up between 10:30-11:00am every day I wasn't working.
 

Mr. McMac

Suspended
Dec 21, 2009
2,969
341
Far away from liberals
I'm retired so it varies. Today I got up at 5am to drive a friend to New Jersey to pick up his new car. Yesterday I slept till 10am. It all depends on what I'm doing, or not doing.
 

tayluftwaffel

macrumors member
Dec 1, 2014
64
0
I get up at 7:00 every day for work, and 7:30 on the weekends-- sometimes i'll sleep in later if it was a late night. I don't like to waste a minute of weekends by sleeping!!
 

Scepticalscribe

macrumors Sandy Bridge
Jul 29, 2008
45,341
30,637
The Far Horizon
I get up at 7:00 every day for work, and 7:30 on the weekends-- sometimes i'll sleep in later if it was a late night. I don't like to waste a minute of weekends by sleeping!!
But sleeping is not a 'waste of time'.

Indeed, it is not just a physical necessity, but is restorative, and is something, I would argue, that should be regarded as an investment in oneself, and one's well being. Besides, it is an extraordinarily enjoyable and physically pleasurable thing to do…...
 

tayluftwaffel

macrumors member
Dec 1, 2014
64
0
But sleeping is not a 'waste of time'.

Indeed, it is not just a physical necessity, but is restorative, and is something, I would argue, that should be regarded as an investment in oneself, and one's well being. Besides, it is an extraordinarily enjoyable and physically pleasurable thing to do…...
I'm not disagreeing, but I don't stay up very late- I go to bed around midnight, and I only need around 7 hours. I would just rather be awake so that I can read and watch tv and relax for my two short days off.