The National Sleeping Day

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we always party saturday...that's why we dedicate sunday for activities like sleeping,drinking water instead of wine or beer,eating fruits instead of chocolate,waching a movie instead of dance...or playing 12 hours on x-box.

This sunday,10.04.2011....was like no other.First of all,I'm Cristina,one of the receptionist from kismet dao and sunday was my shift.I was expecting to come at work at 8 but i arrived at 6 in the morning directly from the party,...with all the party animals:)).we started with a beer and some palinca(traditional drink,you must try it at least once) ,then the party people started a 12 hours championship on the x-box,while i was making pancakes,checking in and other things that i don't remember very well..:))))...the day ended at 5 in the morning it was already MONDAY,the day  when you get the party started:)))...In conclusion,Sunday is no sleeping day ... the party starts on monday and continue all week long.=)))..have a nice day..rock On.

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