The hardest thing you had to quit. 58 replies

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Era_

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#51 10 years ago

The hardest thing for me to quit was my utterly and completely shitty behaviour towards people, but i guess it also comes a bit with age.




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#52 10 years ago

[COLOR=sandybrown]Hardest thing for me to quit was chasing my tail. Oh wait that's in my dream where I'm a dog.[/COLOR] [COLOR=black]I'd like to quit staying up extremely late, like, 7:15 AM is what time I usually go to sleep. Wake up 3-4 hours later. That''s only on not school nights though.[/COLOR]




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#53 10 years ago
Zamamee;4797842I do need to quit being such a night owl. It's currently 6:15 AM, and I haven't gone to bed yet. I've been the only one awake on this 48-person floor of the dorm for over two hours. This sleep pattern (or lack thereof) is starting to interfere with my class schedule, and I really can't afford that. College is expensive enough even with my scholarship. Losing that sure as hell won't make it any easier.

Now that I'm unemployed again I'm starting to fall into that pattern once in a while. When you have nothing better to do it's easy to start drinking yourself into oblivion and becoming a nocturnal weirdo. The best thing to do is just go to bed at a reasonable time - six to eight hours before you want to get up, ideally. If you can't sleep, have a shot of whiskey (or four doubles if you're me) and spend ten or twenty minutes reading a dictionary, or playing a dull puzzle game, or something that you know tires your eyes. Make sure you get lots of exercise every day if you're having trouble sleeping, 'cause otherwise you'll have all that energy building up and nowhere to expend it.




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#54 10 years ago

Erm, the Drink, Coke. I was drinking way too much and I manged to limit myself to two a week for a couple of months.




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#55 10 years ago

making pointless (but still on topic) replies on forums (like this one you're reading). ....... oh, wait I didn't




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#56 10 years ago
Era_;4801202The hardest thing for me to quit was my utterly and completely shitty behaviour towards people, but i guess it also comes a bit with age.

Then you develop arrogance which you will learn to keep surpressed... then you may realise that it's a bore and have the time of your life:lol:




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#57 10 years ago

Graduate school, but I had no choice. I'm not 100% of it still, but things aren't looking well.

This may also qualify as giving up a life's dream that I was on a smooth track towards achieving for years.




Era_

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#58 10 years ago
Granyaski;4803121Then you develop arrogance which you will learn to keep surpressed... then you may realise that it's a bore and have the time of your life:lol:

I hope i don't develop some more, since i'm already arrogant enough :X




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#59 10 years ago

its hard to stop being the best.. honestly : D ! na, Foul language is very hard to stop, because i live in a part of finland where those words belong to the dialect, and i don't even notice when im saying bad words. The Elderly hate to listen when we (all the people from 12-year-old kids to people with children) talk with eachother.

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forgot to add MUSIC, i cant live without it