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I remember doing things like that when I was a college student! Once my alarm went off and I picked up the phone. I kept saying "hello, hello?" and then said to my roommate "the phone is broken, I picked it up and it's still ringing!"
Once i woke up to my cellphone ringing, and i repeatedly pressed the 'hangup' button because i use my cellphone as my alarm clock.Unfortunately, it was a coworker calling me to tell me that it was a snowday and we didn't have to go in to work. :-)
When I was about 4, I remember walking into my parents' room and - even though they were sleeping - flipping on the TV to watch the Smurfs. They were NOT happy, as my father had to try and sleep that afternoon through some cruddy Mets-Reds game (which we're still not sure why it was on). They weren't upset at me, but I felt SO guilty...I think I've also had stories like everyone else has mentioned here and there.
so funny, i also woke up this morning trying to figure out if it was shabbos or not...
lol... it's shabbos in australia already... maybe there was timezone confusion. (i had two mondays this week... it's weird)
Huh? Whaaat?? Oh... Well, at least it's not Passover!!