Playing With Snakes Is Not Your Ideal Saturday Morning … But What Is?

Long story short, I woke up at an ungodly hour, dragged myself across campus, and got stuck volunteering with snakes for two and a half hours. That’s not even remotely close to what I wanted to do this morning, but hey, gotta do it for the kids. In fact, playing with snakes is absolutely bottom five of worst possible things that can happen to you on a Saturday morning, I can now confirm.

But in this world of negativity, let’s focus on all the positives that can happen on a Saturday morning:

Sleep

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‘Nuff said. The lazy lucky ones have this activity carry into the afternoon.

AND THAT’S IT! Okay fine I’ll keep going for you weirdos who like to “start your day” and “not have the day go to waste.”

Breakfast Food

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While breakfast food is an anytime meal, there’s just something about consuming it in the morning. The morning sunlight adds a whole new dimension to it. Plus, maybe you and the roomies wake up, not too hungover, start jamming some tunes and whippin’ up some breakfast. Bonding time like no other.

Cartoons

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This is a kid thing, but waking up as a youngster on Saturday afternoons crushing some Playstation 2 watching Tom & Jerry is a fond memory. Plus, it’s tradition, and you have to honor tradition.

Game Day/Day Drinking

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Slamming beers before 9 am is the most rebellious feeling in the world. Nothing is better than waking up earlier you do for class than to become inebriated, pass out before kickoff, nap, and then have it be 4 p.m. It’s like two drinking days in one. An incredible morning activity for humans aged 18-25.

That’s all my brain can come up with right now. Guess that goes to show you how much the mornings suck. Tweet me your favorite morning activities at @backafl0ckaflame and follow @1minsportsblog to keep up with the latest and greatest blogs. Peace. 

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