Nine more minutes.

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14 Responses to Nine more minutes.

  1. Nate says:

    How about that? Two x-y graphs in a row from Indexed with the dependent variable on the correct axis! :)

  2. Heather says:

    I have to disagree with this graph. Your placement of “Monday, alarm clock” would suggest it has a modicum of fun, even if less than the Saturday, party. When, in reality, Monday, alarm clock should be BELOW the x axis, as there is NO fun, neigh, NEGATIVE fun when it goes off.

    ;)

  3. Spike says:

    Shouldn’t “Monday, Alarm clock” lie right on the x-axis(noise).

    That has got to be zero fun.

    Just saying.

  4. theicechewer says:

    My solution is to sleep all the way till the Saturday night party.

  5. Mike says:

    When you’re retired every day is Saturday.

  6. BJ says:

    Nine more minutes indeed. At least that’s what my current snooze button does.

    I’ve had alarm clocks with as little as a four-minute snooze!

  7. Duncan says:

    There could be a modicum of fun in the Monday morning alarm clock. Hmmm, beginning of a vacation (wake up to catch that flight to Belize). Relative smellative.

  8. Garrett Mclean says:

    lol, alarm clock being a “modicum of fun”

    Garrett McLean at sm compufix

  9. Andreas says:

    I remember when “just nine minutes more…” were sufficient for me… But as I grow older, 9 minutes stretched to 10, 10 to 11, … you get the picture. Perhaps you should consider a graph showing the relation between age and the time a snooze button should have optimally.

  10. Kurtis says:

    Looks like somebody’s got a case of the Mondays.

  11. BalRog says:

    Top left: Sunday afternoon, fireplace and book.

    Bottom left: Monday morning, one hour later, immediately after turning key in ignition.

  12. Dharmamama says:

    Bottom left = mimes

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