Wednesday, October 04, 2006

I'll never make it in the "Real World"

*Quick Note* I originally posted this on October 4th.

I woke up this morning and went to work like most people do on their average day. I clocked in, worked for 2 minutes, clocked out, and came home. I am COMPLETELY EXHAUSTED! I'll never make it in the real world.

Over and over again I get to the bottom of the track and I'm so out of breath that I can hardly talk. Sure some of it can be pushed aside that my new goatee is cuting off my airflow, but for the most part I'm actually tired. Who would have ever thought that running 30m then sitting for 60sec would be so exhausting? with all of the training I do, I should be able to play at least the first half of an intense football game. Honesly, my sport is a total of, at the most, 70 seconds long. 97% of it is done sitting down pulling your arms left and right. Who would have thought that a simple procedure could be so hard on the human body?

Anyway, back to what I was getting at is that my entire workday is 2 minutes long and I can barely make it. How will I make it in the real world? No, seriously, how is this going to happen? I'm in trouble. Plus, its only the first week!!

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