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I shouldn't have even responded in the first place
Good luck, small man.
Never agrue with an idiot. They will only drag you down to their level, and beat you with experience.
So you're just doing this to see how long you can go before completely passing out, huh? I might try this sometime.
You should probably get some sleep.
Do you have so much freetime that your reading some kids signature?
Still awake dude? And btw your going to be sleeping the whole day after you drop out. And you'll feel like shit after you wake up.
WOAH woah woah... how do we know your actually staying awake, and not sleeping behind the scenes?? If you ask me, its hard to prove a staying awake record unless you record or stay in constant chat with some... CONSTANT... chat.
Sorry for not posting all, my final tally was 49 hours, I passed out after my little brother took his laptop back. That was a ton of fun, and I'll make sure to do it again in a couple months.
My brother says to tell you he bought a snuggie and its amazing :S
:That was a ton of fun, and I'll make sure to do it again in a couple months.
I don't see how this could be fun.
Are you bad enough to save the president?
That was a ton of fun, and I'll make sure to do it again in a couple months.
If thats the most fun thing you can think of then you need to get a life.
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Last year I stayed up for 54 hours straight after getting a total of about eight hours of sleep in the preceding five days. Engineering can be a bitch sometimes.
After handing in my last assignment, I went to the pub, got drunk (or drunk enough, considering how long I'd been up), hopped on a bus out of town, immediately passed out and was REALLY disoriented when we got to where we were going.
As a note here, on the Clock Crew forums they used to have an annual event where people would try to stay up for 100 consecutive hours every summer. Every year at least a handful of people managed to do it. I think if you set a goal for yourself you'd be able to stay up a lot longer than if you just leave it indefinite the way you did here.