I have decided, for the sake of both of my readers, to take a break from the monotony of talking about the monotony of eating sandwiches. There are other things in my life as well! They involve sleeping, working, and occasionally using the restroom. That’s all I got. Since this is a blog for an eclectic mix of readers, I will talk about using the restroom.
I recently found out that I love showering in hotels. It’s like I make up for all of the days of not showering by going on a shower marathon in a hotel. Of course, this does not include jogging in the shower. I learned that not only is it not beneficial to your health at all, but can lead to a broken leg that is not easy to explain to people in the concierge line of work. Recently, in a hotel in Chandler, AZ, I found myself showering for a fourth time in one evening. Could I be taking more showers? If you get that, I hate you. By my fifth shower, my skin had dried out and I had already run out of hotel shampoo twice. Not only that, I also hadn’t left my hotel room. I was getting this all wrong my entire life. Either shower and go out, or don’t shower and don’t go out.
The biggest mistake I often make concerning showers is that I place far too much importance on the effects of one shower. In other words, not only do I believe that the longer I shower, the longer I can go before my next shower, but I also mistakenly believe that one shower in the morning will keep me fresh until the next morning. This is often not true. First, as a modern Jewish male, I tend to sweat a lot. Second, I live in Houston, TX, the hottest city on earth. (Don’t look that up). I need to take my ‘hotel mentality’ with me every day.
Also, tomorrow, I hopefully will have lost 40 pounds. However, I think I look exactly the same. Maybe it’s because I see myself almost every day. However, I will trust the holy scale. My confidence isn’t higher, though. I still think I have a better chance with women as a skinnier, less sweaty man. I haven’t been out on a date in a while. My first one will be in about a week. I will report everything!