procrastination is addictive and contagious. do you agree?

Philippines
September 8, 2007 11:51am CST
i think procrastination is addictive and contagious. one perfect example for my procrastination is mylotting. hahaha! sometimes i do mylotting first instead of studying. hehe. i can't help it because it's really addictive. it's also contagious because when you see other people procrastinate, you tend to do the same thing too. not a nice habit but it can really be irresistible. i know i need to change that. tsktsktsk. hehe. =)
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5 responses
• Philippines
8 Sep 07
definitely irresistible and addictive....lol!!
• Philippines
10 Sep 07
lol you said it! =)
@piper05 (42)
• Philippines
8 Sep 07
I definitely agree with you. It's totally contagious and irresistible but at the same time it's annoying because no matter what i say on changing this habit, it just don't work. It happens frequently especially during exams, assignments, and research works, I tend to prioritize first the internet, and myself being lazy eventhough i know what will take place soon after, lol.
• Philippines
10 Sep 07
haha! yeah it's simply irresistible. =)
8 Sep 07
It's definitely contagious and very addictive! Damn internet! ;-)
• Philippines
8 Sep 07
hahaha! yeah blame it on the internet. hehe. =)
• Philippines
3 Dec 08
haha, procrastinating can be a good exercise too, it's very useful if you like to really get down to working on something fast, I think it is not just an addiction, it's a skill you have to master
@smiggy (18)
• Canada
16 Oct 07
oh man that's exactly what i'm doing now..mylotting and i just created this account an hour or so ago! i should be doing my homework, but i'm not because i'm typing in here. yes i have to agree with you. it is addictive and contagious and it's such a horrible trait that i have..even though i know it's wrong..but i guess i just have to tell myself and WILL myself to not procrastinate.