Sometimes your alarm clock can feel like a wall of speakers getting ready to play your least favorite song. If you didn't guess, I hate alarm clocks.
I've decided to upgrade my snooze button to a snooze hammer. Sure, the clean up is rough, but it's worth it. This is one of my morning routines.
This picture of Spongebob is the universal sign for "I don't want to get out of bed." Thanks for showing us what it looks like to wake up tired, Spongebob.
"Eh, maybe five more minutes won't hurt."
- Said me, over and over again until I became a skeleton. I don't think it's possible to oversleep.
After you climb out of bed, it's okay to reward yourself with a short nap on your bedroom floor. Good idea, dog!
This is my face when I realize that I absolutely have to wake up and start my day. Psychologists call this "acceptance."
"Yeah, a cold shower. That'll be refreshing."
- Someone who's never taken a cold shower before
That feeling when your shower is over and you know you still have to go to work. If only people paid us to take showers. Then life would be amazing!
Coffee. My ambrosia. This is the one thing we have to look forward to every morning.
If they could make a cup of coffee big enough for me to swim in, I'd totally do it. I mean, I'd want the coffee to be lukewarm and not boiling, but you get it.
Coffee is the only thing that makes me feel human sometimes. That and being able to feel emotions.
This is how I feel after I have my morning coffee. Also, I hold a sword in the air for five minutes every morning before leaving for work. The neighbors are concerned.
There we go. I'm ready to tackle the day. I guess waking up wasn't so bad after all. And at the end of the day I can look forward to doing my favorite thing ever...
Crawling back into bed. I mean, come on. What else did you expect? There's nothing wrong with being one of those lazy people.
Of course, I'm going to have to wake up again in the morning. Life is hard sometimes.