Thursday, March 3, 2011
In this post, we’re going to beak down an activity we notice constantly. We snark about it when we see it in others, and when we see it in ourselves we try to tone it down. The behavior is called “chomping” due to its similarity to a restrained racehorse. At the very moment the purebreds are placed into the gates they begin anticipating the following events: gates open, and the short dude hits them with a stick until they run around the track. Obviously the quickest way to end the thwacking is to race as fast as possible to the finish line – is it any surprise the horses press the gates and chomp at the bit to expedite the conclusion of this unpleasant exercise?