Testosterone And Time

clock testosterone and time

With the holidays here, there’s going to be a lot of traveling.

Here’s my question:

When it comes to traveling, are ALL men preoccupied with “making good time” or is it just all the men I’ve ever met?

You’ll recognize this, I’m sure:

Your man gets behind the wheel of the car, practically burning rubber while backing up on the driveway.  Taking corners on 2 wheels, he screeches down the country backroads and finally onto the freeway.

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Now the all-important countdown begins.  This is the notion of  “making good time”.   As in, can we make it to our destination in less time than we ever have before?

Why is this so important?

Remember story-problems in elementary school?  For example:

Betty and Marvin are traveling for the holiday.  If the train leaves the station at 8:05 and it travels 85 miles an hour, how long will it take to get to Betty’s mother’s house ?

Marvin’s answer: “Can’t this train go any faster?  We’ve got to make good time!  Why are we going to my mother-in-law’s house in the first place?”

Betty’s answer: “Did I pack enough shoes for the trip?”

The point is, who cares when you get there, as long as you get there?

Have a safe Christmas season and thanks for reading!

For more on the observations of testosterone click here.  And here.

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If time flies when you’re having fun, it hits the afterburners when you don’t think you’re having enough.  —Jef Mallett

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