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Temper, Time and Temperature

By on Jul 22, 2014 in Dominance/submission, Erotica and Feminism, Feminism and Theory, Feminist Perceptions, social criticism, Touch in Real Life, Women in History, Writing Erotica | 1 comment

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Alright, this is a completely unrelated post to any of the usual categories – it is a life post. I have started a new job, which is fun, but the five hours commute each day are giving me strange insight in the human nature (don’t worry, I only commute for another week, then I will stop the senseless philosophising).

So, my life is in shambles. I get up at 4.30 and tend to return at around 9 – five hours of which I am spending in transit in one way or another. In a heat wave. Some things can be said here:
• I have a new appreciation for deodorant and think it should be handed out at the door of ever train
• Temperature is supposed to make people angry – if that is the case then commuters are the most placid people on the planet.
• England is incredibly beautiful in summer.
• And I need more sleep.

Keeping that in mind I will now go off and sleep – and promise an actual blog post again next week when my commute has come to an end. Finally to an end.

1 Comment

  1. Wow! Five hours sounds great! What did you do that was fun? How hot was it up there in England at the time? Ugh! I certainly don’t envy you about getting up at 4:30 A.M. Getting up at that time really sucks.
    I tried getting up at that time for work almost four years ago and failed dismally. It was a horrible experience that I care not to repeat, again. I had to wake up and get ready at 4:30 A.M., just to catch a bus that came after 5:30 A.M. After that I had to catch another bus around six something A.M. just to get to the job for 8:00 A.M.!
    Oh, my God! It was sheer torture for me! After training was over after 5:00 P.M., I was horribly tired. And, after that I was busy making sure that I had the funds to keep dressing professionally for the job! What a doozy!
    It would have helped if the air conditioner was not constantly running in class while it was freezing cold outside! Oh, my God! And some people were saying that it was hot! That was so abnormal to me!
    Freezing outside and keeping it cold inside of the job was like giving me a sleeping pill! I ended up losing my job due to oversleeping. We could only miss so many hours of training.

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