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    Dumb things you do when you're tired

    Haha, here's a good one this morning....

    Go to make coffee, add filter and coffee grounds, fill with water, proceed to leave the carafe sitting on the counter... Beside the coffee maker.
    Hit the switch and walk away....

    Weird, what is that dripping noise? Oh, the coffee maker overflowing all over the counter....

    Geez lol.

    I need to go ride haha.

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    Most coffee makers have a sensor so it knows if the carafe [pot] is under the drip. Although I did once walk up to a coffee maker in the early morning and filled it with water not knowing it was pre-filled the day before resulting in an overflow flood of a mess.
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    Cracked an egg, opened it in the sink, instead of the pan.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shark View Post
    Haha, here's a good one this morning....

    Go to make coffee, add filter and coffee grounds, fill with water, proceed to leave the carafe sitting on the counter... Beside the coffee maker.
    Hit the switch and walk away....

    Weird, what is that dripping noise? Oh, the coffee maker overflowing all over the counter....

    Geez lol.

    I need to go ride haha.
    I did exactly this on Friday 12/20. HUGE mess.
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    Sit down too much.

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    Taking out the household trash is my last chore of the night, often
    I put the bag on the porch an hour or so before I take it to the cans. So, sometimes when I'm too tired I forget about it and the raccoons really appreciate that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by net wurker View Post
    Sit down too much.

    Around the house, not an issue...riding bike, can lead to unwanted endos.
    As opposed to wanted endos?

    I got up the other morning and started making coffee. I noticed the coffee maker felt heavy when I slid if forward on the counter but I didn't think much of it. Opened the lid, grabbed the previous day's filter and grounds and dropped them in the trash. Then realized that the filter/grounds felt light and realized my wife had set up the coffee maker the night before, just like she's been doing the last several months. Picked up the filter off the top of the trash, took a look at what it had landed on, and put it back in the coffee maker and turned it on,
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    Quote Originally Posted by chazpat View Post
    As opposed to wanted endos?

    Hmmm...I suppose the word "unwanted" was redundant?
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    Quote Originally Posted by chazpat View Post
    Picked up the filter off the top of the trash, took a look at what it had landed on, …
    Haha that's what I do when my wife throws whole strawberries in the trash because there's a little fuzz on them.
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    Pee on the toilet rim

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    Normally for me breakfast is 3 wheatbix, milk then 1:33 in the microwave. The other day, Bix in the bowl, open fridge, take out bottle of milk , pour on bix... hmmm something doesnt seem right milk isn't supposed to bubble like that... of be black/browny. Looks at bottle...of pepsi (pepsi becasue it's cafine free which is better than coke caffine free battery acid)... yeah thats not right, that's not right at all.

    Normally my GF can tell when I'm tired, I get cranky, talk gibberish and generally act like a 5yo...

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    Quote Originally Posted by chazpat View Post
    As opposed to wanted endos?
    The endo master has spoken.

    I keep a pitcher of filtered water in the fridge. I've poured that over my cereal a couple times. (for the record I wasn't tired, I just wasn't awake )
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawgzilla View Post
    Pee on the toilet rim
    i just say screw it and go in the shower. have you ever put eggs in the toaster? I don't drink coffee so I don't have issues with that. I have also for unknown reasons grabbed a beer at 4am....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawgzilla View Post
    Pee on the toilet rim
    I do that because I can't stand up straight after breaking my toes yet again on the bed leg trying to get to the bathroom in the dark.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawgzilla View Post
    Pee on the toilet rim
    “I don’t know how you guys walk around with those things”

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    I passionately remove rocks and corners and other stuff I find too hard to ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rockerc View Post
    I do that because I can't stand up straight after breaking my toes yet again on the bed leg trying to get to the bathroom in the dark.
    I keep a headlamp near my bed for those nighttime sojourns to the loo. It even has a red light so night vision isn't compromised, lol.

    That way you're not turning lights on and off all the time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Finch Platte View Post
    I keep a headlamp near my bed for those nighttime sojourns to the loo. It even has a red light so night vision isn't compromised, lol.

    That way you're not turning lights on and off all the time.
    Someone needs to invent a glow in the dark toilet rim.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by OzarkFathom View Post
    Someone needs to invent a glow in the dark toilet rim.....
    By 2020 where there’s a need there's already an invention.

    https://www.nightglowseats.com/

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    I passionately remove rocks and corners and other stuff I find too hard to ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OzarkFathom View Post
    Someone needs to invent a glow in the dark toilet rim.....
    I just want a tube that runs from the bed to the terlet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Finch Platte View Post
    I just want a tube that runs from the bed to the terlet.
    You must be tired right now.


    My friend has lights under the seat that light up when you approach the bowl.
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    Quote Originally Posted by be1 View Post
    i post stupid stuff on web forums without thinking things thru
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    You must be tired right now.


    My friend has lights under the seat that light up when you approach the bowl.
    i bought a toilet seat that had a light. when it works it's nice to have. when the batteries need to be changed it's not so nice...
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    It's a long walk from the bed to the master bath. when I get up at 3:30am there is not a thing I do not hit with my toes, plus about two dozen dog toys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by azimiut View Post
    It's a long walk from the bed to the master bath. when I get up at 3:30am there is not a thing I do not hit with my toes, plus about two dozen dog toys.
    I cannot afford to wake the sleeping wife or I'd never hear the end. She has bat ears and super light sensitive eyes, so I have to do everything by feel and instinct. Before I go to bed, I clear the path from the bed to the bathroom, and from there to the coffee machine in the kitchen. If something changes in the night, I'm fukked. Cats move stuff, wife leaves the door less than wide open after I have gone to bed, (that's a bad one), and/or the poltergeist decides to have fun with me. Not good. Throw in a dodgy prostate and things can get silly. I daren't tale any melatonin any more or the toes would be toast, not just mildly fukked. They bend in odd ways now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rockerc View Post
    I cannot afford to wake the sleeping wife or I'd never hear the end. She has bat ears and super light sensitive eyes, so I have to do everything by feel and instinct. Before I go to bed, I clear the path from the bed to the bathroom, and from there to the coffee machine in the kitchen. If something changes in the night, I'm fukked. Cats move stuff, wife leaves the door less than wide open after I have gone to bed, (that's a bad one), and/or the poltergeist decides to have fun with me. Not good. Throw in a dodgy prostate and things can get silly. I daren't tale any melatonin any more or the toes would be toast, not just mildly fukked. They bend in odd ways now.
    Cell phone works good for that!

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    Yea it's not the master bathroom but my bathroom. Some stupid moron put the light switch outside the bathroom so the door has to be open to turn the light on. Blinding anybody sleeping in the master. So I walk across the house to take a leak at 2am. Dog toys, cat toys, cats, dogs, tables, chairs, and shoes are my enemy at 3:30 when the alarm goes off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by azimiut View Post
    Yea it's not the master bathroom but my bathroom. Some stupid moron put the light switch outside the bathroom so the door has to be open to turn the light on. Blinding anybody sleeping in the master. So I walk across the house to take a leak at 2am. Dog toys, cat toys, cats, dogs, tables, chairs, and shoes are my enemy at 3:30 when the alarm goes off.
    Bhahaha .. funniest thing I read all day. Gotta love morons with their electrical switch location common sense.
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    Buy some pool noodles, cut them into ~6" pieces and zip tie them around the bottom of bed posts & table legs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by the one ring View Post
    Buy some pool noodles, cut them into ~6" pieces and zip tie them around the bottom of bed posts & table legs.
    Not a bad idea if you can sneak it by the wifey in a designer sense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rockerc View Post
    I cannot afford to wake the sleeping wife or I'd never hear the end. She has bat ears and super light sensitive eyes, so I have to do everything by feel and instinct. Before I go to bed, I clear the path from the bed to the bathroom, and from there to the coffee machine in the kitchen. If something changes in the night, I'm fukked. Cats move stuff, wife leaves the door less than wide open after I have gone to bed, (that's a bad one), and/or the poltergeist decides to have fun with me. Not good. Throw in a dodgy prostate and things can get silly. I daren't tale any melatonin any more or the toes would be toast, not just mildly fukked. They bend in odd ways now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    Not a bad idea if you can sneak it by the wifey in a designer sense.

    Those steel frames are real.
    Not only does she have bat ears and super sight, she has a finely honed designer ethic. Pool noodles are not a part of that... The bed legs are a 4" square heavy wood item, and if I strap anything to 'em, I'd have to walk another few feet to be sure to miss 'em. Then I'd get tangled in the clothes rack that the wife wanted so she could throw a bunch of crap over it. At least it's not on the floor I guess...
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    Quote Originally Posted by rockerc View Post
    Not only does she have bat ears and super sight, she has a finely honed designer ethic. Pool noodles are not a part of that... The bed legs are a 4" square heavy wood item, and if I strap anything to 'em, I'd have to walk another few feet to be sure to miss 'em. Then I'd get tangled in the clothes rack that the wife wanted so she could throw a bunch of crap over it. At least it's not on the floor I guess...
    Lol
    Well at lest your bed legs are made out of wood. On the other side of the pond it’s 99.9% “steel is real” bed frame. Not very forgiving at a 4am stuper.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    Lol
    Well at lest your bed legs are made out of wood. On the other side of the pond it’s 99.9% “steel is real” bed frame. Not very forgiving at a 4am stuper.
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    One time in the middle of the night my wife almost got a golden shower. She was sitting on the toilet without the lights on. I came in there half asleep and didn't know she was sitting there. She didn't say anything until it was almost too late.

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    smashing toes during night visits to the loo are not an issue for me, and l sit during these visits (regardless of No.1 or No.2) to reduce the possibility of misfire, l have been known to fall asleep again though waking up an hour or so later with totally numb legs and unable to walk like a human.
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    busting your toes is one thing, tripping over a 180lb St Bernard laying sideways is in the hallway is another thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by azimiut View Post
    busting your toes is one thing, tripping over a 180lb St Bernard laying sideways is in the hallway is another thing.

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    Put toothpaste on my razor. Luckily I was attempting to shave and not brush my teeth. FYI-Colgate's MaxFresh is more invigorating than any aftershave lotion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bingemtbr View Post
    Put toothpaste on my razor. Luckily I was attempting to shave and not brush my teeth. FYI-Colgate's MaxFresh is more invigorating than any aftershave lotion.
    LOL. That reminds me of the time I was sleep deprived with a newborn and 3 y.o. in the house. I was getting my older girl ready for preschool and put diaper rash ointment on her toothbrush.

    I guess the upside is that from that point on she took care of her own dental hygiene.
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    Quote Originally Posted by the one ring View Post

    I guess the upside is that from that point on she took care of her own dental hygiene.
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    Quote Originally Posted by azimiut View Post
    It's a long walk from the bed to the master bath. when I get up at 3:30am there is not a thing I do not hit with my toes, plus about two dozen dog toys.
    No Legos, hopefully.
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    Quote Originally Posted by the one ring View Post
    LOL. That reminds me of the time I was sleep deprived with a newborn and 3 y.o. in the house. I was getting my older girl ready for preschool and put diaper rash ointment on her toothbrush.

    I guess the upside is that from that point on she took care of her own dental hygiene.
    I have a friend who got up, hungover, and proceeded to shave. Wanted to trim his sideburns and moved the razor side to side. Must not have been pretty.
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    Quote Originally Posted by connolm View Post
    Drunk purchasing on Amazon. Package showed up at home - had no idea what was in it. It was like Christmas. A total surprise. My order history showed it at about 2AM two days prior.

    I'm not alone in this. And Amazon knows it. Drunk shopping is a $48 billion industry. Yes - with a 'B.' Billion. See the story here: https://www.google.com/amp/s/mashabl...-ecommerce.amp

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    Another one once upon a time... I had just finished a grueling run of several back to back shows with very little sleep, and got to a hotel finally and a full day off. I went to bed in the afternoon thinking I had plenty of sleep to come, but woke in a panic thinking I had overslept. Looking at the clock, my fears were confirmed as we were supposed to leave at 7am and it was about 5 minutes til.
    I was out of bed and packed in less than a heartbeat, and ran down to the lobby with my luggage. It was very quiet there. It was also dark outside which was odd. I went to pay my incidentals, still half asleep, and I asked if the rest of my party had left already. The desk dude looked at me strangely, and said that quite a few had just left to go out to a bar... only then did the penny drop. I can't tell you my relief when I realized that I still had almost 12 hours of bed time to go It almost outweighed the shame at my idiocy...
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    Could not sleep so took an Ambien. Girl Friend found me trimming the ficus tree out front with a chain saw at 3 am..... Naked.

    The neighbors have requested that I no longer take Ambien and I agreed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phillbo View Post
    Could not sleep so took an Ambien. Girl Friend found me trimming the ficus tree out front with a chain saw at 3 am..... Naked.

    The neighbors have requested that I no longer take Ambien and I agreed.
    Ambien…chainsaw…naked… that could have turned out a lot worse.
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    Quote Originally Posted by connolm View Post
    Drunk purchasing on Amazon. Package showed up at home - had no idea what was in it. It was like Christmas. A total surprise. My order history showed it at about 2AM two days prior.

    I'm not alone in this. And Amazon knows it. Drunk shopping is a $48 billion industry. Yes - with a 'B.' Billion. See the story here: https://www.google.com/amp/s/mashabl...-ecommerce.amp

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    It was at school, and I was handing in a paper but I had to staple it. I picked up the teacher's remote instead of the stapler and when it didn't staple I got really frustrated and threw it. My teacher laughed at me for a good 10 minutes. He had to leave the room.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rockerc View Post
    Another one once upon a time... I had just finished a grueling run of several back to back shows with very little sleep, and got to a hotel finally and a full day off. I went to bed in the afternoon thinking I had plenty of sleep to come, but woke in a panic thinking I had overslept. Looking at the clock, my fears were confirmed as we were supposed to leave at 7am and it was about 5 minutes til.
    I was out of bed and packed in less than a heartbeat, and ran down to the lobby with my luggage. It was very quiet there. It was also dark outside which was odd. I went to pay my incidentals, still half asleep, and I asked if the rest of my party had left already. The desk dude looked at me strangely, and said that quite a few had just left to go out to a bar... only then did the penny drop. I can't tell you my relief when I realized that I still had almost 12 hours of bed time to go It almost outweighed the shame at my idiocy...
    You wee up already, you should have just went to the bar.
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