10 Things You’ll Understand if You Work the Night Shift
03rd Aug, 2017
1) You’re constantly comparing yourself to a zombie or a vampire.
2) Your bed is your favourite place in the world.
3) You totally lose all awareness of time!
4) You moan about working the night shift but then complain when you get put on days.
5) No one knows tiredness like you do!
6) You find the silliest of things funny but that’s often what keeps you going!
7) You start your shift looking fabulous, but no amount of makeup is going to help you towards the end of the night.
8) Regular coffee just isn’t an option any more - neither is sticking to one cup!
9) You pick up on what the dayshifters have missed, but somehow get blamed for everything!
10) After a while, you secretly enjoy working nights and wouldn’t change a thing.
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