5 Reasons Why You Should Skip Work Today and Ride

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I am a huge advocate of the four day work week. Put in four strong days, take three to have fun. If I’m ever a business owner, that’s how it’ll go. It will be successful too because not many other companies do that, so it’ll attract fresh talent. I’ll also utilize HR solutions for small businesses. Kids that put play ahead of work do better work. Think about that. And in today’s ever-evolving marketplace, small businesses face numerous challenges when it comes to accepting payments and managing transactions, that’s why these compare card machines here are of great help.

Oh, another thing, every employee will be given a bike if they agree to ride it every day at lunch. Doesn’t matter how long, just go pedal and get fresh. And by the end of the day, if you feel you put in a solid effort, treat yourself to a cold brew in the break room and hop on a computer to check out the latest at Drunkcyclist to unwind. Well how about that, sounds like a place I’d like to work! If we could only be so lucky…

If you’re feeling down about work these days, do yourself a favor and skip today and go for a ride. Here’s five reasons why you should:

1) Because you have sick days in the queue that must be used in the next two months. Use them now or forever live with regret. And if they ask what sickness you have? Tell them you’re dealing with Adjustment Disorder because your life before this job was so much better, and you’re having real trouble dealing with American cubical morbidity.

2) You can go mash up a grinder and pretend your pedals are shitty customers.

3) You might find a beautiful female riding over rough terrain and stare intensely at all the jiggling parts, making you too dizzy to see straight when it’s his turn to ride the same terrain, which would be nice. This is known as male blindness. YouTube Preview Image

4) You can go find a playground and practice your sand diving.

5) Your post ride recovery starts three hours before your co-workers get out of work.

Let’s sling a little mud, girl.

What are you waiting for? Let your boss know you’re ill and go get rad!

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About Cupcake

I don’t have a beer gut, I’ve developed a liquid grain storage facility.

15 Replies to “5 Reasons Why You Should Skip Work Today and Ride”

  1. Cupcake-
    I’ll let you know when I’m looking for somebody, you can come on down to the Chi and work for me. Shop hours are 6am to 3:30 Monday thru Thursday, 6am to 9:45am Friday. 2 trailheads within 5 miles of the shop.

  2. sfb: that sounds too good to be true. I’m in the Chi. Let me know when you’re looking for two.

  3. Someone should put up an entire web site devoted to girls crashing their ‘cross bikes in sand pits. I could watch that shit all day. It’d get like a million hits.

    Also, I have noticed that since I instituted a zero-day work week, it has been beneficial to both my cycling and skiing programs. I recommend it highly.

  4. …ja, ja, vendy…danke for reading my letter & ja, i vould love to cum & make sveet mammaries with you,

  5. I skipped work today. Wasn’t my idea. Boss told everyone to stay home. Hurricane Sandy* put him up to it.

    So I loafed around all morning and fixed a huge breakfast. Then I did the only thing I could do. I put on my rainsuit, strapped on my cleated winter shoes, threw a leg over the Crosscheck (fixed) and made a beer run. Came home, had ‘sketti and a wee dram for lunch and took a nice long nap.

    Actually, it will feel good to be back on the job tomorrow. but the odd weather day now and then ain’t half bad either.

    *Eastern as fuck**

    **Stay safe out there, a’ight?

  6. I sorta have that job, its a five dayer but the boss gets on your ass if you ain’t riding at lunch, it is EXPECTED that you ride. I am spoiled beyond measure.