Forever really is a long time. Especially in 14 second increments. 😉
Step 1: Be born in the Highlands of Scotland in the 16th century.
Step 2: Avoid the Kurgan.
Step 3: Don’t watch the sequel.
The sequel really does ruin the story… but the third one was hands down one of the worst movies I have ever ever seen.
Stationary increment workouts are the worst! This happens to me doing stationary bike sprints and circuit workouts. I try to wait so long before checking my watch and sometimes I think I went over the time I meant to do, but I always look way too early. I think listening to music helps with premature watch-checking.
Yeah, I try to watch terrible tv to take my mind off it, but the time still goes SO slowly!
I wrote a really terrible/great story about one of these in comments on another blog. Wish I could share it here. Nothing like Boks on pavement. There’s wind, and sun, and… forget about those news headlines.
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I don’t even know why but the ponytail is fantastic.
Thank you, sir! I think I’ve mentioned that I really enjoy drawing hair for some weird reason?
There was one where your hair was blowing in the wind and you had a pilgrimesque hat on that was also kind of amazing.
Oh my… “Laughing out loud (LOL)”!
That’s how I feel on the treadmill. Burn like 18 calories, feel like you’re dead and then drink 47758392 calories in wine as a reward.
I really don’t know what’s longer, a treadmill minute, or a microwave minute.
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