Yes, I'd been working almost 40 hours straight when I was doing a holiday job in my summer break from uni and I had to get the train home from where I was working. It was a 3 hour journey home and the gentle rocking motion of the train had me asleep in no time. Embarrasingly, a fellow passenger had to wake me up at the final stop, that was thankfully where I was getting off, otherwise I would have completely missed my stop.
I once saw a colleague fall asleep in a meeting. He honestly did the thing when the head slunks down asleep and then he shocked himself awake. Shouldn't laugh really, but it was a comedy moment.
Poor bugger! But that is hilarious. My grandfather does it all the time. I once called out to him and he didn't reply so I went to see where he was. Yes, he was in the house, but he had fallen asleep sitting upright and using an electric massager on his back.
LOL no I haven't ever fallen asleep outside like on the bus or train,it is a matter of safety....Plus, it's just not something I would let happen.
You say your at Uni, so it makes a lot of sense to me...your over tired, and it happens.
Just be careful, where you fall asleep....there are some brutal people out there, believe me.
Often.. I love sleep and usually blessed with the ability to sleep wherever/ whenever / however I need to. So if I feel drowsy and I find the right place with the right room temp, I can nod off to sleep in 3-5 mins.. The only trouble is I snore, rather loud!
Fell...no...flew off my bike travelling between Melbourne and Darwin, near Winton I think, survived and a few hrs later finally rode into town very battered and bruised. I thought I went to the doctors, but actually as I found out, after sleeping overnight in a park gazebo in town I suffered concussion and sorta lost about 18hours. Still, managed to fix myself up, and the bike and arrived in Darwin a day late, but very sore.