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Feeling Sleepy in the office

Ramender Mall
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Not much work to do...
Feeling really sleepy in the office ...
What to do???

Ramy..
Sunil Kumar Gupta
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Same here


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Stuart Ash
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Originally posted by Ramender Mall:
Not much work to do...
Feeling really sleepy in the office ...
What to do???

Ramy..


There's work to do.

Nevertheless, I'm feeling sleepy in the office
What the hell to do???



ASCII silly question, Get a silly ANSI.
Ramender Mall
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Originally posted by Stuart Ash:


What the hell to do???




try it..
Stuart Ash
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Ramender Mall
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Originally posted by Stuart Ash:


Rules are there to be broken, My Dear Friend..
So go ahead and follow the this wise man's advise..

..
CHEERS

Ramy...
Ramender Mall
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By The Way,

Right now, I am not feeling sleepy at all.

Guess Why??? :roll:

'coz I am leaving for home..
Dave Lenton
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Strange though it may seem, I find bananas to be the answer. If you've got the worst possible combination of pub lunch, lunchtime beer and afternoon meeting (normally guaranteed to cause an embarrassing snore incident), a banana really does the trick. Must be the potassium or something, but it often makes me feel more awake and ready to survive the meeting.

Chocolate (sugar rush) works as well, but not for as long.

Even better then both of these is the most addictive, unhealthy and much sort after chemical stimulant on the planet - adrenaline. To get a hit of this, leave all your work until the deadline day and then say very loudly to the entire office "If I don't finish all my work by the end of the day then I'll buy a pint for everyone". That'll do the trick.
[ November 28, 2005: Message edited by: Dave Lenton ]

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Ramender Mall
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Originally posted by Dave Lenton:
To get a hit of this, leave all your work until the deadline day and then say very loudly to the entire office "If I don't finish all my work by the end of the day then I'll buy a pint for everyone". That'll do the trick.



Oh yeah of course, it will do the trick..
But be assured, rest of the staff is gonna make your chances of completing it, as slim as possible

Ramy....
Sameer Jamal
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Originally posted by Dave Lenton:
Strange though it may seem, I find bananas to be the answer. If you've got the worst possible combination of pub lunch, lunchtime beer and afternoon meeting (normally guaranteed to cause an embarrassing snore incident), a banana really does the trick. Must be the potassium or something, but it often makes me feel more awake and ready to survive the meeting.

Chocolate (sugar rush) works as well, but not for as long.

Even better then both of these is the most addictive, unhealthy and much sort after chemical stimulant on the planet - adrenaline. To get a hit of this, leave all your work until the deadline day and then say very loudly to the entire office "If I don't finish all my work by the end of the day then I'll buy a pint for everyone". That'll do the trick.

[ November 28, 2005: Message edited by: Dave Lenton ]


Apple is now proved to be the best to keep you awake in comparison to caffeine or nicotin, and best it has no side effects.
Sue Meng
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I guess spending less time on po**n sites and having a full 8 hours sleep will solve all your problems.


Expect trouble as an inevitable part of life and repeat to yourself the most comforting words of all: This, too, shall pass." --Ann Landers
Ramender Mall
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Originally posted by Sue Meng:
I guess spending less time on po**n sites and having a full 8 hours sleep will solve all your problems.



arnel nicolas
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Get a regular exercise. Maybe 30 min a day will do.
Stuart Ash
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Uh, uh!! :roll:

You guys said something, ah, I dozed off ... Let me read the posts since I dozed off...
Vadiraj Deshpande
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Guys, I have a suggestion..
put the ear phone on and listen to music...
I am sure Rammstien or Linkin Park will definately wake you up
Bob Reardon
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If you must take a nap at work, try the following
Open a Java book and lay it on the desk in front of you.
Lean forward with your elbows on your desk and rest your head in your hands
Then if someone wakes you, it will look like you were reading. For added effect, turn to the next page before you turn to talk to the person who woke you.

Sweet dreams!
Ramender Mall
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Originally posted by Santosh Deshpande:
Guys, I have a suggestion..
put the ear phone on and listen to music...
I am sure Rammstien or Linkin Park will definately wake you up


O yeah, I tried that, but Linkin Park makes me more 'NUMB'..

Ramy..
Ganpi Srinivasan
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chewing gum keep ya awake (especially during 1 PM meetings!!!)
Sunny Kumar
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Originally posted by Bob Reardon:
If you must take a nap at work, try the following
Open a Java book and lay it on the desk in front of you.
Lean forward with your elbows on your desk and rest your head in your hands
Then if someone wakes you, it will look like you were reading. For added effect, turn to the next page before you turn to talk to the person who woke you.


It worked greatly in school/college days
Might help his time also
agrah upadhyay
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Not much work to do...
Feeling really sleepy in the office ...
What to do???


The same goes to me in HECK boring class.
In Last sem ,I was awarded The Most Sleeping Creature of class!!!
Proud or honour??
Ramender Mall
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Originally posted by Bob Reardon:
If you must take a nap at work, try the following
Open a Java book and lay it on the desk in front of you.
Lean forward with your elbows on your desk and rest your head in your hands
Then if someone wakes you, it will look like you were reading. For added effect, turn to the next page before you turn to talk to the person who woke you.

Sweet dreams!


well,
I found a way to 'let my eyes rest a bit'. I wear partial black sunglasses, to avoid these harmful rays of PC(thats what I say to my PL) and then put on bulky headphone(We have beeen provided with headphones for checking the sounds of our application, but of course I use them for the real purpose they were designed for )...
Then I open the code in editor, with head directed towards PC, and - sweet dreams buddy..

and for that added effect, whenever someone DISTURBS me, i roll the coding down a bit and then turn to answer him/her...

WORKING FOR ME at least

- Ramy..
Zip Ped
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I dont know how good the "open a java book and rest ur elbows..." works. I am practicing the art of Sleeping with your eyes open. Just like a snake.
Rajendra
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when there is no work to do try to chat with anyone in yahoo messenger or something like me.
Ramender Mall
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Originally posted by rajaninfy rajaninfy:
when there is no work to do try to chat with anyone in yahoo messenger or something like me.


Chatting Not Allowed..


And had it been, who cares if there is any work pending..

- Ramy..
s penumudi
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Just have a cup of tea....
Very refreshing...

When I feel Bored or not doing anything I just open javaranch and go through the posts.
Thank God, I can access this site from my office.
 
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