Thankful No One Nominated Me For a Push-Up Challenge
Through one week of quarantine, there have been a couple of themes on the Internet. TikTok, which already had been taking over, is taking over with people above the age of 18. I’ve had it downloaded but refused to use it because I felt weird. Virtual happy hours are a thing. People want to hang out with their friends on the weekends (Side note weekends don’t exist, it’s weird). And lastly, everyone is doing fitness challenges. They exploded over the weekend with people nominating others for 10 push-ups. Thankfully, I did not get nominated for any push-ups and for that I’m grateful.
Here’s the thing, I can do 10 push-ups. That isn’t a problem. The fact is I don’t want that shit on camera. There is no way I am putting my push-up form on social media for anyone to judge. While I get mad at myself that I’m terrible at Instagram, maybe this is a good thing for the challenges? Since I am a complete ghost on there, people forget I’m on there leading to zero nominations to do push-ups. There is always a silver lining in your laziness. Never forget that. Don’t get cute and nominate me because of this blog post, that is what non-creative people do. There are no sports and the weekend could not have provided less news. I need content. Give me this one.
I did get nominated to squat my girlfriend. I’m probably not going to do that one either. I appreciate the nomination from my boy Kappy, but the SnoTapWI household agreed that it wouldn’t be a good idea. Do I think I can squat my significant other? Yes, likely. Do I have a great fear that I’ll drop her and she’ll be in quarantine concussion protocol? Also yes. Therefore, the SnoTapWI family is taking precautions against the idea of squatting people.
Let’s see what week 2 brings us.