ANSWERS: 17
  • not know how long it will take
  • definatly not knowing how long
  • not knowing how long
  • Not knowing how long it will take. Makes hard to schedule other things that way.
  • Not Knowing how long. It's easier to mentally prepare for a long haul.
  • not knowing at all would be too suspenseful for me!
  • Not knowing how long it will take! +5
  • its waaay harder when you dont kno how long its gonna take. if you dont kno how long an important thing will take, you usually get your hopes up tht it will be ready quickly & soon....when (if) it doesnt turn out tht way, you wont be a happy camper....trust me =) lol
  • Wow this has got to be the first question where so far everyone has agreed.
  • Not knowing :( I've been waiting for THree Days Grace to bust out with their album for a little over a year now. I STILL have no idea when it's coming out. So frustrating. At least when you know how long it's going to take you have something definite, even if it's going to take forever.
  • Not knowing, I'm waiting to hear if I got a job that could potentially change my life around. I know I'll know sometime this week but when!!!? The suspense is killing me.
  • It depends. If it's something exciting or good, you are waiting for and know how long it will take it can be very frustrating, cos one wishes time would hurry up. For me personally not knowing how long something will take doesn't bother me. There's no point in getting frustrated for something I have no clue as to when it will transpire.
  • My wife says it is "thinking you know", then, half-way thru, finding out it will take "no telling how long". For example ... my 1st lumbar spine fusion was supposed to take 1 and 1/2 to 2 hours to complete. After 3 hours (with major worry setting in) the O.R. nurse comes out (which is heart-wrenching in itself), and says they found much more damage than expected, including broken vertebrae, and now it is unknown how long it will take. She did say she would try to come out again around every hour, to let them know the progress (and she did do that, thankfully). It ended up at a little over 7 and 1/2 hours. I was floored, when I came to in recovery, and heard the guy next to me say that it was 3:30 in the afternoon! I was supposed to be finished before lunch.
  • I think that "Not Knowing" is the worse ... Everyday , I watch the mail .. don't go anywhere , just waiting for it to arrive .... But; if I knew when to expect it ... or at least an approxmiate time ..I could feel good about doing other things and not worrying about what is to come ...
  • Not knowing ;0)
  • I just hate waiting altogether, im waiting to see if i can get finance on a new car right now its driving me mad.

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