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#1 Posted by br0kenrabbit (12806 posts) -

I'm one of those who doesn't head to bed till the sun comes up, and pretty much always have been. I'm quite capable of entertaining myself. I do play PC games from time-to-time, but I have to be in a certain mood to play games these days. I spend far more time visiting my regular web sites, watching Youtube or chatting on Steam with friends.

Sometimes I'll hop in my car and just drive around on the quite, empty roads listening to music (I don't blast my shit, my ears ring enough) but this is mostly a summertime activity. No sense taking a pleasure ride if you can't put the windows down and throw a hand out to surf the air.

I used to spend a couple of hours a night on OT, but man...is it me or is this place dead?

I'm just wondering what you fellow nocturnal creatures do to keep yourself occupied while your city sleeps?

#2 Edited by Master_Live (14027 posts) -
  • Studying (like right now),
  • OT/Sports Forum,
  • movies,
  • Youtube binge,
  • Wikipedia binge,
  • news site/reading articles,
  • sports sites,
  • IMDB,
  • movies
  • Twitter,
  • Facebook (at least used too),
  • Pandora
  • or my music on Itunes,
  • podcast,
  • movies,
  • Monopoly
  • Pokemon Trading Card Game (GB)
  • video games,
  • talking with my brother,
  • did I mentioned movies?
#3 Posted by Celldrax (14551 posts) -

Night owl here. Even when I was working full time, I rarely went to bed before 2 - 3 am on day shifts.

I usually just do internet and keep myself entertained. And I have found on the odd occasion that I just want to drive around late at night (or early morning) for no real reason.

And yeah, OT isn't quite as speedy as what it once was...

#4 Posted by br0kenrabbit (12806 posts) -


  • movies,
  • movies
  • movies,
  • did I mentioned movies?

Don't think so.

My problem with watching movies is they're not interactive and they take 1.5-2 hours...of just sitting there watching. If it's the first time I've seen a movie I can do it. If I haven't seen the movie in a while and have forgotten the finer points I might can do it. If it's something I've seen a few times my mind wanders and before I know it I'm not even paying attention to the movie.

That's why I stopped buying DVDs and just opt to Netflix when I do want to watch something (usually with company). Hell, someone gave me that RabbitTV thing for Christmas and I haven't even gotten around to using it yet.

#5 Posted by sukraj (21902 posts) -

movies

videogames

internet

#6 Edited by achilles614 (4847 posts) -

Used to be a night owl in high school. Now I go to bed anywhere from 9PM-11PM because I like to wake up at 6AM everyday (even weekends), enjoy the morning air too much to sleep through it :)

In my night owl days I would usually browse forums, play online games, or listen to music. I dislike watching movies or TV shows so that was never my go to when I stayed up late.

#7 Edited by strategyfn (334 posts) -

TV. Pawn stars etc., news, movies.

Videogames. If I am addicted.

Night owling for me is staying up until 2 am. I've played videogames until 5-6 am though in my younger years. Now I usually go to bed early to be productive over the day; I value at least 8 hours sleep over anything else.

lol, if I tried to study after 10 pm I'm sure my head would explode, offcourse I never did any too heavy courses. I have zero of an attention span for academic work after 10 pm, 9 pm is pushing it.

I worked the nightshift from 6 pm to 6am before. It was alright. I'm sure if I was independently wealthy my bedtime would be around 2 am. Or maybe I'd value my sleep.

#8 Posted by indzman (16950 posts) -

I'm a night person , got these dark patches under eye lately from lack of sleep. When i'm awake i'm either playing video games , watching porn or movies or at a nightclub.

#9 Posted by Kevlar101 (6008 posts) -

  • Studying (like right now),
  • OT/Sports Forum,
  • movies,
  • Youtube binge,
  • Wikipedia binge,
  • news site/reading articles,
  • sports sites,
  • IMDB,
  • movies
  • Twitter,
  • Facebook (at least used too),
  • Pandora
  • or my music on Itunes,
  • podcast,
  • movies,
  • Monopoly
  • Pokemon Trading Card Game (GB)
  • video games,
  • talking with my brother,
  • did I mentioned movies?