Monday, May 23, 2011

Day 35

I have noticed that I am starting to do things differently. Or more specifically I am thinking differently and therefore reacting differently... Ya, that didn’t make any sense, let me give an example. It used to be that I was “done” shopping in a store when my desire to go out and have a smoke came together with my having found everything I needed purchase. This meant I didn’t do a lot of wandering around stores or malls because once I had found what I needed it didn’t take long to want to head out for a smoke. This also pushed through to my check out procedures, standing there with in sight of my car and my next smoke was like walking into the bathroom and seeing all of the toilets in use… you CAN hold it, you just don’t WANT to.
Look at the pain in his eyes...


Well this weekend I had some home improvement projects I wanted to get done so I headed out to ye old Home Depot. Me and my son wandered around the store for a solid hour, looking at things talking about colors and he even helped me pick out a new lawnmower. We took our time at check out and even chatted with the lady employees. And that’s when it hit me… Home depot chicks are kinda hot.
Ok not THIS HOT!


I think it might be a version of the cheerleader effect, but watching good looking women do manual labor, kind sexy. There were two girls rearranging a pallet of tiles on display near the check out, and a girl helping a man lift sheet of plywood into his truck, and a girl bringing those large flatbed carts back into the store…  And there it, was… I had time to slow down and look around rather then just rush back to my car for a smoke… Good times!

More on the Cheerleader Effect:
Is that Penny!?
Is there a Trojan man joke that hasn't been made?
The forgot the redhead.
 See, look at these girls INDIVIDUALLY and the whole is greater then the sum of the parts! AKA, the cheerleader effect.

19 comments:

  1. Damn hot and never heard of the cheerleader effect but I'm not complaining.

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  2. ah yes, the infamous cheerleader effect. glad to see you're still keeping to it m8. hang in there

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  3. I have never heard of this effect before, but it sounds interesting, something that might require more study.

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  4. Nice blog, I'm actually giving up smoking myself, I'm on my 2nd day, your blog gives me the motivation to give up thanks and keep up the good work ^_^

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  5. I still saying this in my mind, i don't want it, i don't want it. It works!

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  6. I don't know man, a lot of those girls look like they carry more weight than I do, and have more facial hair to boot.

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  7. Put an ugly girl next to an average girl, and the average girl looks a lot hotter.

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  8. Enjoy the life dude! Also the first blonde on the last pic...me like!!! mm :P

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  9. 35 days and look at the great pics that you posted. Well done.

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  10. can definitely see the effect with the first picture xD

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  11. waattt where is this home depot. the home depots around here just have old retired guys and dumb stoner kids. both dont help and ugly.

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  12. hahahah, the Cheerleader Effect

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  13. i hate home depot, if there's a woman working there she's old :(

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  14. That could be a good substitute

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  15. everyone needs their own cheer squad :P

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  16. Never heard of the Cheerleader Effect. Funny stuff.

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  17. penny from big bang? i don't think so..

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Don't screw with a guy that is in the middle of quitting smoking.