The danger of skydiving is that you have to come back down to the ground. I’m not talking about hitting the ground at terminal velocity. I’m talking about how skydiving is the most exciting thing you will ever do in your life, and then you have to get in your car and drive home for 45 minutes in traffic, eat, sleep, and go to work on Monday when all you can think about is how much better you felt while you were falling.
It seems like the glutton free diet would be the one that works best.
It’s pronounced gluten. Not glutton.
Oh. Well what’s the point of that?
I don’t know. Tell you to avoid something so all you can do is think about it.
Hmm, seems a bit cruel.
Why? You should be able to control what goes into your mouth.
Not that. I mean diets; do any of these diets even work?
They say they do.
It just seems like if a diet worked than only one diet book would sell, but they don’t, so hundreds get made and people keep buying diet book after diet book… It just seems a bit cruel.
Then so are batteries. People keep buying them even though they know they won’t last.
But that’s way different.
No it isn’t. Do you really think people would change if one book had all the answers?
People want to keep thinking the next book they pick up has the answer their looking for. It’s not cruel; it’s what keeps them running. Let them run.
Hmm, then I guess they’ll at least get some exercise.