Before the 11th grade history exam, I did not sleep for almost 3 days. The first day did not sleep because of interesting football matches at night, and the next day did not sleep because of preparation for the exam, did a lot of spurs, etc. As a result, I fell asleep during the exam three times. Once even for 20 minutes I slept, propping my head on my fist, as if I was just thinking.
After completing the second year, we went on a tour from the university for two weeks to the Crimea, to the sea. Then there weren't any nyashmashi yet, so the journey took a little more than a day by train. Naturally, we did not sleep on the train at night - there were too many other exciting activities, and indeed I always sleep very badly on the train.
In Sevastopol, at the station, the driver met us and said that we had arrived too early and our places in the tourist complex will be vacated only tomorrow morning (no one, of course, warned us about such a situation in advance), so now he will take us to spend the night at another camp site - to the mountains, there are extra sleeping bags and tents.
Later a couple of hours of driving in complete darkness and along some semi-country roads we ended up in the mountains. Night, complete darkness, mosquitoes and +13 degrees. We were not ready for this, because we were going to live for two weeks at sea at +30, from warm clothes we only had shorts and T-shirts. We were offered to spend the night in two small tents (there were 12 of us), there were about five sleeping bags, and for some reason they were all damp and smelled of wet dog. Fortunately, there were a few more or less non-smelling and dry blankets, wrapped in which we sat around the table and spent the rest of the night talking.
In the morning we were finally taken to the sea. And there - what kind of dream? We must urgently find a swimsuit in a suitcase and go to the beach. As a result, in the late afternoon and after almost three days without sleep, returning from the beach, I sat down to rest on the bed and passed out right during a conversation with a friend!))
I did not sleep in the army for 4 days (those at all), everyone drove off to the training ground to show the show to the minister. 3 officers and a warrant officer remained in the regiment - while no one canceled the regiment duty officer, the nachkar, the person in charge and those on duty in the canteen / park / checkpoint. Changed each other in a circle. The first day: having stepped in and until the morning it was normal, but closer to 11 in the morning they began to chop, usually at this time the person on duty goes to bed, coffee-cigarettes helped weakly to breathe air. there was cotton wool in my head. in the evening I felt better, but after supper I almost passed out. took over on guard - adrenaline helped here because this is a more responsible watch, after passing the guard a day later, the state was quite tolerable until I went home to take a shower and change - I sat down on a chair in the room and swam, fortunately, there was more than one and the comrade crucified. as a result - apathy, lack of appetite (I didn't really want to eat for 2 days) and headache. The dumbest thing - when I passed the last shift and we were changed and were given 3 days off, when I reached the bed in the room and quit, I could not sleep for 3 hours, but then I slept for 15 hours.