I'm lying on my bed upside-down (my head is where my feet are supposed to be when sleeping) with my back facing up and my feet crossed. My elbows prop my upper body up so I can use the keyboard and the laptop touchpad in front of me. Also, my laptop's on a chair without a back, opposite the bed's headboard, and it's positioned within arms reach. I don't usually use my laptop while lying down, and when I don't I sit in a typical position (my back tends to hunch, though), but I'm lying down right now because it's more convenient. :D And it's night time here, too, so it's a bit more comfortable to be in a position that I can doze off quickly.
My left leg is crossed over my right leg and my head's on my left palm, haha. Pretty much exactly what you wrote in the title. XD; That's usually how I sit; my head is usually in my left palm while I use my right hand to use the mouse.
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Sitting cross-legged on my bed. Pretty boring, but so easy to describe. :P Was sitting quite awkwardly up until a moment ago but had to get up briefly to tell my roommate something so that worked out well.
well, i'm sitting on a chair, and my left foot is on the seat of the chair, and my right leg is kind of crossed over the seat of my chair... yeah, i'm having a hard time describing my position right now, but basically none of my feet are touching the floor.
Currently I'm lying on my bed, with my back against the wall. My laptop is on my legs, just above my knees. However, in about 10 minutes, I'll probably change my position, as sitting on my bed in one way gets kinda boring after a while. Normally I alternate between my current position and having the laptop on the bed while I sit cross-legged and type like a hunchback. :D
Right now I'm sitting on the couch with my legs crisscrossed and my laptop on top. I might change my position soon when my legs get tired and shift where I am facing. That or just uncross my legs but for the time being I am comfortable with how I'm currently positioned.
I am the person I am now precisely because of who I was.
We don't just change. We continue on from that point.
Taking the "post a picture" idea because I'm too lazy to explain the awkward way I'm sitting.
Most others look at me and say "doesn't that hurt?"
Nope, just how I sit. On the floor. Lack of a desk, I guess.
Let's see here... I'm sitting on the couch with my laptop on my lap obviously. My right leg is crossed over my left, so that my laptop is elevated enough to keep me from hunching over to type and risk worsening my scoliosis(because I should of had a back brace when I was younger honestly but never did. Can one worsen scoliosis by hunching their back to type?), at an angle so that the calf(however you spell it) of my right right is resting right above the knee of my left leg. My hands are resting upon the keys of my elevated laptop.
I'm currently sitting in a dinner chair while shaking my right foot. Honestly, I'm not too sure why I shake my foot, but it does help me tremendously at maintain my focus. It's a great way to help me tune out other things in the room.