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What is a day in your life like?

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by Anonymousreply 2206/15/2013

The sun comes up...I think about you

Rub one out...I think about you

And do you know, it's like I'm losing my mind

All afternoon doing mindless paperwork

The thought of you stays bright

Sometimes I sit in the middle of the chair

Not leaning left, not leaning right

by Anonymousreply 106/13/2013

The sun goes down ... I think about you

All damn day spent lost in thought

Conjuring up ways to win back your heart

Sometimes I lie across the bed

The thought of you makes me flush

Holding remote in left, myself in right

Rub one out ... I think about you

by Anonymousreply 206/13/2013

I get up late.

I get to work late.

I work at a desk and a computer with two screens all day.

I eat lunch at some local fast food place.

After work, I eat dinner at some sit-down place.

I come home. I watch TV or play Xbox. I masturbate to internet porn.

I go to sleep late.

Rinse, repeat, ad infinitum.

by Anonymousreply 306/13/2013

Coffee, breakfast, morning paper, blogs...

Send out emails.

Work for about 4 hours with a 20 minute break for lunch (I'm a writer).

Gym.

Work for another hour or two.

Then cook dinner, go out, meet friends, etc...

Oh, and im jerking off at least twice somewhere between these line items.

by Anonymousreply 406/13/2013

My alarm goes off- it's a detuned radio out of reach to make me get up quickly. I usually say something like "for fucks sake" or "oh no" and then roll into the spare room where I collect my towels. I go down to my bathroom and turn on the shower. I piss. I turn on the cold tap and splash my eyes to wake up. I shower. I wrap my bottom in a smaller towel than the top and then I usually have to shave. I wipe the mirror, I shave, I splash on the cheap everyday aftershave for that purpose.

I go back upstairs and lie on the bed wrapped in the towels, the top one pushed over my head, for one minute. I get up from the bed and rub myself down and then I use a hair dryer on my extremities because it's more efficient and less gross on the towels.

I go in the spare room and change into my work clothes, probably doing my ears with cotton buds. I go downstairs, turn on my laptop and use my brown asthma pump. I'll pour out some fruit juice and drink this whilst I log in and check the weather for the day, and probably some of the 5 day forecast. I click on my webmail and go back to the toilet. I do my business. I flush, wash my hands and then I clean my teeth.

I go back upstairs, use creams and moisturisers and deodorants and put my jacket on. I go back downstairs and gargle with mouthwash. Then I go back to the laptop and look at my mail and Facebook for however long I have. Usually about 5 minutes. Then I leave for work.

I go to work, travelling 1.5 hrs to London on a commuter train with many other despairing sods. It's usually boring or stressful depending on what happens. No two days are the same.

I come home, change into normal clothes, turn on the laptop, surf, make dinner, surf some more or watch some TV, go to bed, read in bed for half an hour and then sleep.

It is an unmoving routine but if I didn't do it that way I'd never be able to cope with the reality of being a wage slave in a pointless job for a useless corporation run by fools in an overpriced city that only just pays enough to stop me wanting to go out and commit random acts of wanton destruction and violence.

by Anonymousreply 506/13/2013

I retired 4 weeks ago so I don't really have a schedule yet. Yesterday went something like:

Got up at 7am when my partner got up. Surfed the web, vacummed, cleaned the bathroom, walked to the train and went to the gym, worked out for an hour, showered, steam room, hot tub, sauna, took the train to Trader Joe's, walked home, surfed the web, cut veggies to grill, opened a bottle of wine and grilled the veggies once my partner returned home from work.

by Anonymousreply 606/13/2013

Walk dog, coffee, paper, gym, work (agent), lunch, work, spin or tennis, home, dog, dinner, read, fuck (twice a week) sleep.

by Anonymousreply 706/13/2013

I have no job, no life, no friends, no money (but I have support from family). I just get up, exercise, surf the web and watch TV and eat.

by Anonymousreply 806/13/2013

r8, are you looking for work?

by Anonymousreply 906/13/2013

Starving pugs jump on me at 6:03am. Take them out And feed them. Grab coffee for me & SO. Go back to bed to watch CBS news & do emails until 6:55am then get up.

Get dressed. Pack up for work leave by 7:30am.

15 minute commute - check in with my mother.

Walk into work about 8:00am.

Work through until 4:00 pm leave office. Run errands Get home - do stuff in the garden etc. Or go out to dinner Or meeting sometimes.

Cook - ear dinner at 6:30pm.

Check work email. Surf web watch tv.

Up to bed around 9pm to talk w/SO- smOke a big fattie Go to sleep.

Do it again.

by Anonymousreply 1006/13/2013

Up at 5am. Coffee.

Surf at Ala Moana.

Shit, Shower, shave, more coffee and Mc Muffin.

Work till 7, smoke a bit of pakalolo, dinner, TV, Corona Lite. Pass out on couch.

Repeat.

by Anonymousreply 1106/13/2013

R9, I don't bother yet because I don't necessarily have to...for now, but that time is slipping away. I'm not likely to get a job because I'm too old, too unattractive and not college educated and jobs are scarce - so that's another reason why I haven't been motivated to look.

by Anonymousreply 1206/13/2013

I'm in college, so right now it's working out, eating rabbit food, preparing for fall classes and studying,reading a few novels, swimming laps daily, etc.

by Anonymousreply 1306/13/2013

r4 here. im impressed with you folks who can smoke weed and have a drink every night. i'm only 41 and just don't have the stamina for that anymore. wish i did though. it would so take the edge off.

by Anonymousreply 1406/13/2013

Weekdays:

wake up at 4am

feed cats

bathroom -- coffee, TV news, paper -- smoothie & e-mail

shower & dress

walk -- volunteer work -- errands

lunch

nap or housework -- e-mail, TV, read

feed cats

dinner

e-mail, TV, read

bedtime at 8pm

Weekends are less hectic.

by Anonymousreply 1506/13/2013

Get up, make coffee, eat yogurt, do the NYT crossword, work on MA thesis, do chores, have dinner, go online, wish someone would take me out for a drink, stay at home instead, end up falling asleep far too late. Repeat forever.

by Anonymousreply 1606/13/2013

Must have left my house at eight, because I always do My train, I'm certain, left the station just when it was due I must have read the morning paper going into town And having gotten through the editorial, no doubt I must have frowned I must have made my desk around a quarter after nine With letters to be read, and heaps of papers waiting to be signed I must have gone to lunch at half past twelve or so The usual place, the usual bunch And still on top of this I'm pretty sure it must have rained The day before you came

by Anonymousreply 1706/13/2013

[quote]I go to work, travelling 1.5 hrs to London on a commuter train

Jesus CHRIST!

by Anonymousreply 1806/14/2013

[quote]Jesus CHRIST!

Is that very bad? I used to work in Central London so you could add another 20mins tube and walking on to that figure.

by Anonymousreply 1906/15/2013

Do you REALLY want to know, OP?

by Anonymousreply 2006/15/2013

I must have left my house at eight

Because I always do

My train, I'm certain, left the station

Just when it was due

I must have read the morning paper going into town

And having gotten through the editorial,

No doubt I must have frowned.

I must have made my desk

Around a quarter after nine

With letters to be read

And heaps of papers waiting to be signed

I must have gone to lunch

At half past twelve or so

The usual place the usual bunch

And still on top of this

I'm pretty sure it must have rained

The day before you came

I must have lit my seventh cigarette

At half past two

And at the time I never even noticed I was blue

I must have kept on dragging

Through the business of the day

Without really knowing anything

I hid a part of me away

At five I must have left

There's no exception to the rule

A matter of routine,

I've done it ever since I finished school

The train back home again,

Undoubtedly I must have read the evening paper then

Oh yes, I'm sure my life was well within its usual frame

The day before you came

I must have opened my front door

At eight o'clock or so

And stopped along the way to buy some Chinese food to go

I'm sure I had my dinner watching something on TV

There's not, I think, a single episode of "Dallas"

That I didn't see

I must have gone to bed around a quarter after ten

I need a lot of sleep

And so I like to be in bed by then

I must have read awhile,

The latest one by Marilyn French or

Something in that style

It's funny, but I had no sense of living without aim

The day before you came

And turning out the lights

I must have yawned and covered up for yet another night

And rattling on the roof I must have heard the sound of rain

The day before you came

by Anonymousreply 2106/15/2013

Wake up around 5 or 6 if I don't have insomnia, which I frequently do. Then see my son and daughter off to work. Let dog go potty, feed her and the 2 cats. Swim in the pool before the sun gets too high and heats everything up. Sometimes in the early evening as the sun sets, instead. (I live in Fl.) Eat breakfast, maybe. If not, brunch latter. Get oranges from the backyard for juicing. Get 5 pound ponderosa lemons (they're HUGE!) & starfrruit from back there too. Take pain meds. Sell high end, previously owned clothing, and accessories online. Call or spend time with my married daughter, possibly taking our dogs to the beach. Have dinner with my son and my engaged daughter that live with me. Watch TV/surf online till bedtime with my dog next to me.

by Anonymousreply 2206/15/2013
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