I'd probably say you should reconsider your sense of humour.
There are those of us drawn to writing at night. Or maybe drawn to isn't the best wording. Perhaps yanked by some kind of crazy force out of our beds is more accurate.
I know there are other writers like me who can't sleep at times while working on a particular project. This is when our characters insist on making an appearance before we slip into dreamland.
When Truman Capote wrote all night, which he frequently did, he'd simply sleep during the day.
But there's an appealing quietude only the night can bring. Maybe it's the lack of diversion that's perfect for a writer, except for a lone dog howl in the distance or a swish of branches across a window. It might be that the solitude of twilight allows our creativity to rise free from the subliminal recesses of our brain.