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How many times do you press the snooze button before you get up in the morning?

  1. jpcmc profile image90
    jpcmcposted 6 years ago

    How many times do you press the snooze button before you get up in the morning?

  2. onegoodwoman profile image75
    onegoodwomanposted 6 years ago

    418....



    At the time, prior, to my marriage............I had 7, yes, SEVEN alarm clocks............

    My hubby, awakes at the drop of a tear.............

    without him ( or the 7 clocks), I would be dependent upon the morning sun.........

  3. unknown spy profile image74
    unknown spyposted 6 years ago

    just three times...max of 5 when its a free day! hehehe

  4. Eric Calderwood profile image84
    Eric Calderwoodposted 6 years ago

    Usually three times.  I set the alarm for a half hour before I absolutely have to get up.  The snooze lasts for nine minutes, so three is all I get.

  5. Snenickiminaj profile image60
    Snenickiminajposted 6 years ago

    Today i was suppose to get up at 5.. then i put alarm of 5:20am then 5:30am then lastly 6:30 =P

  6. twoseven profile image87
    twosevenposted 6 years ago

    Hahaha, good one!  I have a 2.5 year old, I don't need an alarm smile

    Before kids, we used to have this CD alarm clock and we would hit the snooze button at least as many times as would get us through the whole first song.  We ended up hating songs we used to love once it was the song to wake us from our peaceful slumber....

  7. GypsyFootedWoman profile image75
    GypsyFootedWomanposted 6 years ago

    My alarm is across the room near the door, so I must get out of bed  to turn it off, by the time I’m there I realize I have to use the restroom...and so I’m up and my day has begun.

    I have never really been able to understand the logic behind the snooze button. Being violently catapulted out of your sleep by a jarring and incessant alarm has got to be one of the worst non-injury forming experiences. Being subjected to it several times a morning must be a technique utilized in Enhanced Interrogation. I’ll let other stronger, more resilient individuals have my extra servings of that.

  8. Rosalinem profile image61
    Rosalinemposted 6 years ago

    Three times and then I have to turn it off so that means I have to wake up.When I have a free day I don't set the alarm.

  9. networmed profile image61
    networmedposted 6 years ago

    For me...to be honest, if put an alarm I never press the snooze button. When it alarms, I immediately do some stretching in bed and get up.

    Most of the time, I wake up 5 to 10 minutes earlier than what the alarm is set. All I do is wait for it to ring and get up.

    I'm not sure, but I've watched a documentary that we humans have some kind of built-in clock system, that we put it to use, we don't even need an alarm. Except, perhaps in times where we are so exhausted that even a bomb has been dropped, we won't be able to wake up :p

  10. profile image0
    BethDWposted 6 years ago

    I use my blackberry as my alarm clock, and unless you hit 'dismiss' the snooze will keep going off indefinitely...so it depends on the morning. But it usually takes several snooze alarms before I drag my lazy self out of bed.

  11. EuroNinila profile image85
    EuroNinilaposted 6 years ago

    4 or 5 times.  I hate hate hate to wake up in the morning.  It's almost a sickness.  But I do set my alarm for much earlier than the time I have to get up.

 
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