Time is Borken

I used to think that the world revolved around the sun, always having a constant cycle- the circle of life as it would be. But it's more complicated than that. Summer has brought about many late nights, up trolling the internets and playing minecraft until my eyes hurt.

Then comes morning.
One night, lost in smashing blocks, I looked up to check the clock- 5:30 am. Peering outside my window, it noticed something strange- the world had become light. My RPG’s had lied to me. I did not have to go to bed before the next day was able to become reality. The endless cycle was able to be broken.  I was no longer bound by by my bed to wait for the next day to come around.  I no longer need to sleep!

Not that time operates in the same way throughout the whole day.  It also changes depending on whether you're sleeping or not.  If you wake up early before your class starts, and you close your eyes for a quick 10 minute "nap", you wake up an hour and a half later, having to scramble to class.  However if you're in that one boring math class that you're repeating for no reason and it's still like half a freaking hour before you get out and you forget your your laptop so you can't Facebook/Minecraft/look at porn in the back of the room, you can try to go to sleep (most community college "professors" don't care). Close your eyes for 10 minutes at 3:15?  Wake up at 3:16. I could try to explain various time-space theories and thoughts on relativity (which I have absolutely no clue about) but the best way to explain it is that Father time is just one big troll.

(Yes, I misspelled the title on purpose.  Bork bork bork.)

3 Response to "Time is Borken"

  1. Alphalpha June 12, 2011 at 5:23 AM
    Lol I like the RPG's analogy, great post mate!
  2. Anonymous June 12, 2011 at 3:49 PM
    I just love how your response to this post was timed at 5:23 Am.

  3. Dejch June 13, 2011 at 3:52 AM
    i bet that baby has a hangover :)

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