Laws: waking times

There should be laws against having to wake up at any time beginning with a five or less.

This morning, I woke at 5.35am, am now waiting for my 7am three-hour Newcastle-bound train to depart, and it’s still pitch black; and it will be for some time.

This coupled with the exorbitant price of coffee in King’s Cross station (£1.95 for the cheapest large coffee) has put me in a grumpy mood.

Comments

6 Responses to “Laws: waking times”

  1. Art Vandelay on November 28th, 2006 02:27

    …would you really vote for such a law?

  2. Dan on November 28th, 2006 02:44

    Absolutely. Would you not?

  3. Art Vandelay on November 28th, 2006 06:09

    no of course not. I would refrain from ever doing it myself, but I absolutely support your right to do it whenever you wish.

  4. elise on November 29th, 2006 06:00

    i personally hate getting up before 6 a.m. however, there are loads of jobs that don’t follow the 9-5 model. just think what the state of things would be if no businesses started early, i.e. no freshly baked goods, no one to get up early to make your overpriced coffee, etc…
    🙂

  5. Dan on November 29th, 2006 06:23

    OK, the law should be refined. No one whose name begins with D and ends with AN should have to get up before 6am.

    Does that work?

  6. Art Vandelay on November 29th, 2006 19:55

    exactly Elise. Dan, suggest you go and live in France, or some similar socialist paradise.

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