The other day at work while I was walking to the bathroom there were a few folks in front of me who were walking a bit slower but in the same direction in the hallway. Because I was walking faster, I came up upon them, settled into their pace for a brief second, looked over my left shoulder and then proceeded to make the pass.
Waaaaaaait a second! Did I just do this in the OFFICE?!?!?!?
Where else in my life do I do such a thing?
You get one guess. *hint* its in the title of this blog.
Then I thought about it a bit more as I came to a urinal at the same time as another coworker, finished my business, washed my hands and was out the bathroom door before he even zipped up his pants.
Yep, triathlon has made a full fledged weld into every day life.
You should time me when I get dressed in the morning. I can change into a new pair of clothes in the blink of an eye!
When I sit down to eat breakfast, I look @ the clock, inhale my food, take a sip of OJ, look at the clock again, and I am off to my next task. Why do I look @ the clock? Oh right.....
Coffee in the morning? That is for amateurs. I just shoot a Chocolate Gu.
Every time I walk up to a wall, I feel this urge to do a Parkour forward flip off of it...
I sometimes think about how many watts I produce while typing. I don't type 95 words per minute; I generate 95 watts per minute!
When shopping for formal shoes, I ask the salesman how many miles I should expect to get out of them.
When shopping for formal clothes, I make sure they can breath and are flexible and will endure many wash cycles.
I don't shop for breakfast, lunch and dinner. I shop for recovery meal #1, #2, and #3.
There is no such thing as "patience". It is actually called "urgency".
One time I was in a deadline @ work. I had to ship my character within the next hour because I was leaving for vacation for a week and this was the only time I could get it done.
I had to pee. I also had to hit the finish line with this character. What do I do? Easy! Waaaaaaaaiiiiiit, none of my other coworkers go right then and there to hit their finish lines.
Maybe I should just walk to the bathroom. Maybe if I draft off a few folks I will get there faster ;)