Sun, rain, lazyness, paingreenspun.com : LUSENET : I Wasn't Built to Get Up at this Time : One Thread
Do you like the rain, or are you a sun worshiper?
Couch potato or fitness freak? Where does you allegiance lie?
-- Tim (firstname.lastname@example.org), April 21, 2000
couch potato, but working on fitness freak one of these days. honest.
-- will w. (email@example.com), April 21, 2000.
I am both. I love the rain. I love the smell of it, and the sound it makes on roofs at night. I love the feeling of dancing in it, especially getting my hair wet. On the other hand, I love the warmth and power of the sun. I love the brightness of it shining through a window. Lovely.
As to the second question... I try to avoid exercise at all costs. Yes, I feel lazy and like a slob, but I'm comfortable with that. Better that than torturing my body with strenuous exercise! :)
-- Sarah Joy (firstname.lastname@example.org), April 22, 2000.
Oh yeah, you know me Tim, I'm totally Mr. Fitness Freak... I mean I did a little lifting and little bending yesterday and now I'll spend the entire day in bed because my back is out. I'm going to be the next Mr. Universe you know... well, most likely the next Mr. Crippled Universe.
-- Greg Barber (email@example.com), April 22, 2000.
I like rain as long as I don't have to be out in it. And either way I prefer sun, so sun worshipper I guess.
And definitely couch potato. Otherwise I wouldn't be an internet freak, now would I?
-- Helen (firstname.lastname@example.org), April 22, 2000.
As Shirley Manson, the lead singer of Garbage, sings: "I'm only happy when it rains." Have I mentioned I live right near the juncture of two rivers? I'm sure I have. The thunderstorms we get so rock my world. Plus, my fair skin sunburns easily.
Definitely couch potato. Whether it's TV or the Internet or even taking a nap, I'm always not moving, much less exercise. (Ha! I'm 5 foot 5, 190 pounds, but that has just as much to do with genetics as it does laziness. Short fat people are definitely the family standard.) I think that's all part of actively *not* being a sun worshipper, but anyway...
-- Tim, The Other (email@example.com), April 28, 2000.