Boy, do I have some Tales to Tell...
Let's say you are a customer at a store. And you witness another being an asshole to an employee. And it's is more than obvious that the employee is going out of their way to get the asshole what they need. But they continue to berate and talk down to the employee. Do you step in and ask them to stop? Do you tell them that what an ass they are being? Or do you just walk away?
I tell them what an ass they are being. Especially when I can see that the customer is at fault. But I am different. I think people should be nice to people no matter what.
Let's say you are a customer at a store. And you see a mother with 4 kids. The kids are running amok. And at one point one of them begins to run their cart into you. Do you turn around and nicely ask the kid to stop? Do you approach the mother and ask them to tell their kid to stop running their cart into you? Do you smile and just shrug? Or do you approach an employee and ask them to approach the mother?
I turn around and tell the kid to stop but not so nicely. I also tell the mother that her kid keeps running the cart into people and could possible hurt someone; not so nicely either. I hate kids so I don't need to be nice to them since I don't consider them fully-developed people.
Crazy, huh? Think about it as I travel through New Zealand for the next two weeks. Later.
Let me first say that as a former fitness instructor, my goal was to wear clothing that allowed my students to view my exercise form so that they could mimic proper form while working out. So, what most instructors tend to wear is fitted clothing that exposes the body. Hence, to begin with, I tend to wear as little as possible that allows my body to move freely while giving me the support I need. That's my disclaimer.
Anyway. Can someone please explain to me why straight boys, and some gay ones, wear layers of clothing in the gym? Yet, as they work out, they begin the process of stripping down to the tight tank top underneath the t-shirt. Which is underneath a sweatshirt. Which in some cases has a second t-shirt under. I don't get it.
Most interesting of all is the fact that I see these same people PUT these layers on when they get to the gym. Strange. I would appreciate an explanation.
Funny thing is. They all wear sweatpants. And they never strip those off to reveal shorts of any kind. That one, I think I have an answer to. I think it's because most of these boys spend so much time on their upper body that they end up having chicken legs. But what do I know. I never see their legs.
Just wondering. Later.