M: Yeah, yeah. Or some mornings could be quite unusual. Maybe the first of January or...
R: Yeah, I think the 1 of January, waking up then is quite unusual for everybody. Nobody wakes up on the morning of the first of January, everybody wakes up in the afternoon, and everyone is hungover. And if you say that you are not, then you're probably the person who was working in the bar enabling everyone else to become hungover.
M: What did you mean when you say fire off some emails? Fire, like fire off.
R: I talked about fire there. But when I'm talking about firing emails, like typing very fast, and then send and then again, and so it's just like a really quick list of things to be done. Sorry, very quick way of doing things I should say.
M: So I wake up, I work out, I fire off some emails. And usually, people will just grab their phones, they start scrolling through their Instagram accounts. Yeah? No, don't do it. No, no, no, you should wake up. You should be, you know, like, grateful to your body. Then you take deep breaths. You think about Rory, think about me. Or should I get this premium podcast? Oh, by the way, we have Christmas sales. So this is what you should be thinking about. Right in the morning, early in the morning. Okay? Good for you. Christmas sales. The link is in the description.
R: Yes, you should be thinking about capitalism early in the morning. I do. Although, getting back to the whole social media thing. It's really bad for you to do that. Because you just sit in bed and then you look at social media, and then you never get out of bed. And it's not a very productive use of time. Although, I do actually check my social media in the morning. It's when I'm working out when I do my planks. I sit there and answer messages while I'm planking. So if anyone's ever gotten a reply from me at 5:45 in the morning, just know that I'm sitting there like rigidly on the floor, trying to do a plank and answer your message at the same time, which is why there might be some spelling mistakes because it's very difficult to do. And I don't recommend people do that.
M: Rory's a multitasker.
R: No, it's not good. Like it's probably ruined the poster in my bag. But I still can't help myself because I don't have time.
M: So we can say that I prefer mornings. I feel like I get more done in the morning than in the evening. And then I'm more energetic and more productive in the morning than evenings. But also, dear listener, if you're not a morning person like me, because I kind of, really, I can't do it. I've tried many times. But seriously, I'm just not... Can you say that I'm not wired to get up in the morning? I'm not kind of wired towards mornings.
R: Yeah, or I'm not made for mornings. I'm not made for this experience.
M: I'm not made for mornings. Yeah, like I don't know, maybe it's genes, not jeans that you wear jeans, but genes from your parents and grandparents. You can say that I experience lower cognitive and physical performance in the morning, which means that you're like... Like a zombie. Morning coffee doesn't help. I've got some jokes about coffee. Rory, are you ready? Dad jokes or Christmas cracker jokes.