Perhaps it is ironic that I chronicle this episode of the comic once deemed a “reason to reinstate capital punishment” by Gandhi after having spent a semi-active day actually using the facilities of my local gym, only to post an episode deriding said institution of health and well-being.
Or is it merely coincidental? Or could it be that I don’t know the difference between ‘ironic’ and ‘coincidental’. We’ll leave that up to the editors of this intellectually challenging publication known as Stanko & Tibor to decide what it is I know and don’t. And then come up with a suitable remedial learning program.
I actually exerted myself at the gym today, causing beads of what I think was sweat to come rolling off my forehead. It was a shock to say the least, but it was well worth it, as it worked up an appetite that was quenched with easily triple the calories I burned off. Success!!
So when you are contemplating whether or not to do the right thing and exercise, all in an attempt to have a better quality of life, a more balanced state of mind, a potentially longer life, and more energy to face the challenges that face us day to day (like understanding this comic), remember, you can’t really know fitness and health without knowing sloth and chocolate-covered baked goods laden with sugary goop.
Oh, and if you want some literary and visual sugary goop, check out the latest installment of Stanko & Tibor at a store near you.
Keep your feet on the ground and keep reaching for the remote.
Admiral Jon “Gout Toe” Druker