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Are you a procrastinator or do you always get things done?

Asked by ZEPHYRA (20768points) June 20th, 2010

Never leave for tomorrow what you can do today?


Never leave for tomorrow what you can do the day after tomorrow?

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James_Mal's avatar

I usually get my stuff done early and on time. I work quickly, and very efficiently. Getting my school work done early leaves me so much more time to just enjoy myself, and with the work done there isn’t the worry in the back of my mind as I’m enjoying myself.

mrentropy's avatar

I get my procrastinating done early so I can goof off the rest of the day.

Jude's avatar

Pro-crass-tin-a-shee-own (said with a French accent) is my middle name.

ratboy's avatar

I’ll post my response later.

cookieman's avatar


If I have ten things to do, I’ll tackle (say) eight of them right away but leave the remainder for later (just ‘cuz I don’t feel like doing them). Then I’ll procrastinate on those remaining items and never seem to get to them until I absolutely have to (if even then). They’re like little orphaned to-dos.

Meanwhile, I’ll keep getting new stuff to do and get that done no problem.

Seaofclouds's avatar

Depends on what it is. If it’s something my husband needs me to scan and send to him within the next week or so, I usually do it right away in case he finds he needs something else. My school work on the other hand, I tend to wait until a a couple days before it’s due before I start working on it. I tend to write papers better under pressure for some reason.

marinelife's avatar

Pro Procrastinator.

shpadoinkle_sue's avatar

I always forget how better I feel when all my stuff is done at the end of the day, so procrastinator? Yeah. I love it when I don’t leave stuff for later, though.

Nullo's avatar

I procrastinate, but I’m also very easy to sidetrack, which kinda looks the same.

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