So this past weekend I worked as a food runner for a catering company who was catering the Rolex 24 hour race. And after walking up and down stairs carrying food and dirty dishes for some 16 hours after doing the same thing for 12 hours the previous day, and looking forward to another 12 hours the next day, I thought it would be funny to capture my thoughts and post them here.
There was only one problem with my thinking that. When I sat there wondering when I was going to regain feeling in my feet I focused on my thoughts, and realized that they were basically the same as my normal thoughts.
“People watching is very interesting.”
“That’s a cool school bus turned RV. I wonder how hard it would be to do that?”
“Man, these drunk idiots on golf carts should really learn how to drive.”
“Is that Mark Wahlberg?”
“How many laps do you think this race will be?”
“Oh, no, it’s just some other guy.”
“People do weird things to their cars when they need to prove to other people how well they’ve done for themselves, or when they actually have a small penis but can’t get over it.”
“I wonder if they wash these shirts they give us to wear, or if they have enough for all three days…”
“It’s so funny how people pay thousands of dollars to sit in this tent and eat food all day and watch the race on television while it happens right outside.”
“If people spent even half as much time noticing things around them as they did taking crappy videos of things with their cell phones…I dunno I guess they would notice more things?”
“Where did I park my car?”
Since these thoughts were somewhat anticlimactic, here is a video of Penn & Teller doing magic: