Have u ever tried to rush outa bed go toilet quickly and rush back to bed before u lose any 'tired' 😂😂😓— Manny (@MythManny) April 16, 2017
Prince Charming: I will awaken her with love's sweet ki--— Todd 'Papi' Carlos (@TheToddWilliams) May 27, 2015
Sleeping Beauty: five more minutes
Sure Charlie got himself a Chocolate Factory, but his grandparents got to stay in bed for 20 years so ask yourself who were the real winners— 🇺🇸Fránk Whítehouse 🇺🇸 (@WheelTod) March 27, 2015
A snail can sleep for up to 3 years. I didn't know it was even possible to be this jealous.— The Alicianater (@leechee420) January 31, 2014
Naps, the original life hack:— The Cultured Ruffian (@CulturedRuffian) June 1, 2016
1) Sad? There's a nap for that.
2) Tired? There's a nap for that.
3) Angry? There's a nap for that.
Never stop pushin’ yourself. People say 8 hours of sleep is enough. Why stop there? Why not 9, 10 or 12 hours? Strive for greatness. Merica.— Cloyd Rivers (@CloydRivers) July 13, 2015
quarantine day 7: hoping my sleep paralysis demon dresses slutty tonight— halil (@astateofhalil) March 23, 2020
so lonely in quarantine i just summoned my sleep paralysis demon for a goodnight kiss on the forehead— jen merritt!!! (@jennifermerr) March 24, 2020
1/ Decided to test the @nytimes #COVID19 model on what happens if we take social distancing seriously, today.— Abraar Karan (@AbraarKaran) March 14, 2020
1st video shows the decrease of peak infections/total deaths.
With aggressive social distancing, peak from 9m to 513k; deaths from 982k to 51khttps://t.co/TwymAWS6Qs pic.twitter.com/0Zo0PFAHNx
I just bought lingerie for my sleep paralysis demon I wanna be sexy for him— ARISTHOTLE (@venusianbabie) March 19, 2020
day 3 of quarantine: took a nap on my back so my sleep paralysis demon would come rub my feet again.— morgan (@hsbabyangel) March 18, 2020
trying to give myself sleep paralysis so i can feel someone else’s touch— jenny (@lidglue) March 23, 2020
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Wanted to do all the things but ended up watching Netflix, drinking hot chocolate, going through old journals and weeping over nostalgia. I can't believe how rock bottom I got all those years ago before slowly healing, growing and changing some behaviours, beliefs and attitudes. I still don't have all the answers for why what happened to me happened. Or why people do what they do. I'm not even going to say there's a purpose or reason for it... Because frankly sometimes people hurt one another from their own hurts. But I do stand on this. "You meant it for Evil but God turned it around into something good." God has taken all of those parts and has made them into something that has been used for goodness despite the story feeling raw, ugly, painful. So give yourself permission to rest in this weary season. Even in the unknowing. Even in the frustration. Even in the sadness know you don't have to make it go away. It's about being ok to accept it, listen in and rest. Night all. Image Credit: @letterfolk
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