Why are you up at 3AM?

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Jan 2017
6:19pm, 14 Jan 2017
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DoricQuine
I wasn't up but I was awake but didn't see this!
Jan 2017
6:24pm, 14 Jan 2017
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Velociraptor
If I was up at 3am, it would have been because I'd misjudged my fluid intake in the evening.
Jan 2017
6:43pm, 14 Jan 2017
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Sam Vimes Boots
Having been awake at 3 am for most of the week last night was the first time in ages I wasn't.

DT, I remember seeing an article on the BBC website a few years back about how a first and second sleep used to be the norm. I'll see if I can find it.
Jan 2017
6:47pm, 14 Jan 2017
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Sam Vimes Boots
Found it.

bbc.co.uk
Jan 2017
6:50pm, 14 Jan 2017
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karl
at work as i work night
Jan 2017
10:10pm, 14 Jan 2017
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Dvorak
Often because I am an owl with no pressing engagements.

I had an early night before parkrun though: 1 am. Did wake briefly around 0330.
Jan 2017
1:36am, 15 Jan 2017
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Night-owl
I'm here home from work hoping to be asleep by 3am
Jan 2017
1:37am, 15 Jan 2017
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pedroscalls
Early finish or usual time NO? Here's hoping you get to sleep.
Jan 2018
3:03am, 18 Jan 2018
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FurryH
Wind howling around the house. Bladder (joys of getting older. Brain kicks in regarding work...... So fetching until I feel tired.

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