Competition to stay "spaced-out" the longest


#1

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#2

Hell, I could turn pro.


#3

But, they look sad
I smile when I’m 'spaced out’
Smile like a madman


#4

#5

90 minutes? Naw man, the chronic 'll do that to ya.


#6

I got disqualified for getting too relaxed. The fart gave me away.

I’m fine with that, though. I was only there for the terrible irony of a relaxation competition.


#7

Hey wait, one of the contestants has beer. Surely that qualifies as a performance-dehancing drug.


#8

Amateurs! For some of us, it isn’t just a focused exercise or competetiion…it’s a lifestyle.

Not everyone appreciates it, but those who don’t usually end up providing the most fun for those who do. It’s always satisfying to piss off certain people without giving them a legitimate reason to be pissed off. Admit it.

…You know who I mean…


#9

I hear these guys will be judging the contestants:

Winner gets the “Real McCoy” trophy.


#10

My younger Brother is working on 45 years plus, send the prize to www.spacedoutforlife.com


#11

I think it’s actually called “transcendental meditation.”


#12

Is “spaced out” a Korean idiom? Or is it a flip translation of something else? Here in the US we didn’t space out until the late 70s, I think. Before that were hep cats.


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#14

Interesting that the article implies the winner was the one with the most stable heartbeat. That is the same principle that the HeartMath stress monitor uses.


#15

I don’t even have words for how victorious I’d be at this


#16

Really? Han Seoul?

Oh.


#17

So - basically the pre smart phone DMV experience.


#18

After 45 minutes of staring into space, No. 15 replied - “He look like a man.”


#19

Rebirth of Melancholy.

This should be a new sport at the Olympics. It’d be great for the Generation whYs.


#20

My trick eye made me read this as “Competition to say spaced-out the longest” and I could just hear those two women talking in super slow mo.