Apr 4, 2008

Headphones in the sauna

So I just finished a fabulous workout and I decided to wind down for a few minutes in the sauna afterwards. I switch out of my sneakers and into my flip flops, grab a towel to sit on and go stroll over to what promises to be a nice, relaxing 10 minutes.

Shoot. There's someone else in there. I kind of love it when I'm the only one in there, but oh well. We can relax together.

So I settle in on my towel and close my eyes. Ahhh... the cedar smell, the crackling of the stones, the warmth letting all the stress of the day lift out of me...

...and apple bottom jeans, boots with fur, the whole club was looking at her...

That freaking girl has her headphones on blast! Are you kidding me? If I was wearing panties under these spandex workout shorts, they be all in a bunch over this. All of the sudden, I can't relax. The cedar smell is gone, the stones aren't crackling and the heat is just making me sweat.

All I hear is that stupid song.

Oh, and did I mention that she's doing half her workout in there, too? I thought about farting just to clear her out of there, but didn't. Probably should have.

4 comments:

  1. I'm a friend of a friend... of a friend.. anyway... THANK YOU! I'm not the only one who thinks it's inconsiderate to do that. The gym etiquette of most women not only annoys me but also grosses me out. I saw a girl trimmin her down there right in front of her locker where everyone can see her! AND THEN, she left them on the floor!!!

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  2. i hat when people talk on the cell phone in the sauna i go to relax not listen to someone jabbering on the phone, evem more when it is in some foreign language that i cant tune out.

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  3. Pretty much anywhere you go you will see people using wireless headphones, or "cans" as they are called. Whether you are at the library, airport or at a store, people wear their headsets to help pass the time and kill the boredom.
    TV and headphones

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