For many of us, Mondays - and sometimes Tuesdays - are not the most inspiring days. "Laziness" - About the Daylight Saving Time "Will you get up, you lazy bugger - just fit for drinks and watching rugger! Pal, you are to work for your living, if you can take, you must be giving ..." Quite too many are no early birds, although rules command the human herds: common people shall be efficient - you don't want to be insufficient! There is no excuse for late risers - trust all the busy advertisers: "Six days thou shalt work" says the Bible and the idea is rather tribal. The world belongs to workaholics, sober crews and nonalcoholics; health indeed is highly relevant, from the manager to the servant. Yet, why change the hour for some dime, and impose the daylight saving time? They say that we save on energy, and that grouches trouble synergy. There are so many grumpy people among the mass of resigned sheeple; a lack of sleep, too much frustration - in midst of heavy aberration. Hooray, this is the idyllic dream, where gags swim in a pathetic stream; consumerism wastes Mother earth - rather than face some financial dearth! Jet-lag symptoms and spring tiredness can bear on steady devotedness, you have your biological clock - don't follow blindly the biggest flock. Stop rushing, allow yourself a break, leave the speedways, pull aside and brake - take some days off, enjoy the seasons - no haste, less speed: there are good reasons! Marianne

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Image for post For many of us, Mondays - and sometimes Tuesdays - are not the most inspiring days.    "Laziness" - About the Daylight Saving Time  "Will you get up, you lazy bugger - just fit for drinks and watching rugger! Pal, you are to work for your living, if you can take, you must be giving ..."  Quite too many are no early birds, although rules command the human herds: common people shall be efficient - you don't want to be insufficient!  There is no excuse for late risers - trust all the busy advertisers: "Six days thou shalt work" says the Bible and the idea is rather tribal.  The world belongs to workaholics, sober crews and nonalcoholics; health indeed is highly relevant, from the manager to the servant.  Yet, why change the hour for some dime, and impose the daylight saving time? They say that we save on energy, and that grouches trouble synergy.  There are so many grumpy people among the mass of resigned sheeple; a lack of sleep, too much frustration - in midst of heavy aberration.  Hooray, this is the idyllic dream, where gags swim in a pathetic stream; consumerism wastes Mother earth - rather than face some financial dearth!  Jet-lag symptoms and spring tiredness can bear on steady devotedness, you have your biological clock - don't follow blindly the biggest flock.  Stop rushing, allow yourself a break, leave the speedways, pull aside and brake - take some days off, enjoy the seasons - no haste, less speed: there are good reasons!  Marianne
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@EternalSailorSol No kidding

Maybe a bit, and a sarcastic protest - lol!

Here's the typical Monday face of a cutie (but this is not a pet cat):

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But the circadian clock is not a joke - it varies from one individual to the other.

Monday's. Ugh!

@Caitlyn Monday's. Ugh!

Lol - for many one of the most loathed days:

Start from the right ("hurts worst = Monday, "hurts whole lot" = Tuesday, etc.):

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and one of the cuter Monday faces:
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Thank you, Tiffanee: l smiliesmile smilie

I am still having a problem with the display - maybe that I will find out with the time.

Here's a clearer, corrected presentation:

Laziness or Take Your Time - a Persiflage

Will you get up you lazy bugger -
just fit for drinks and watching rugger!
Pal, you are to work for your living,
if you can take, you must be giving ...

Quite too many are no early birds,
although rules command the human herds:
common people shall be efficient -
you don't want to be insufficient!

There is no excuse for late risers -
trust all the busy advertisers:
"Six days thou shalt work" says the Bible
and the idea is rather tribal.

The world belongs to workaholics,
sober crews and nonalcoholics;
health indeed is highly relevant,
from the manager to the servant.

Yet, why change the hour for some dime,
and impose the daylight saving time?
They say that we save on energy
and that grouches trouble synergy.

There are so many grumpy people
among the mass of resigned sheeple;
a lack of sleep, too much frustration -
in midst of heavy aberration.

Hooray, this is the idyllic dream,
where gags swim in a pathetic stream:
consumerism wastes sweet Mother earth -
rather than face some financial dearth!

Jet-lag symptoms and spring tiredness
can bear on steady devotedness,
you have your biological clock -
don't follow blindly the biggest flock.

Stop rushing, allow yourself a break,
leave the speedways, pull aside and brake -
take some days off, enjoy the seasons -
no haste, less speed: there are good reasons!

Marianne

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