I’m not sure what to make of the fact that one can reach hieght of limbo performance clocking in only a self reported 8766 hours. Can someone who has read Malcolm Gladwell’s book help me grasp how to view this?
I limboed under a pickup truck once but you don’t see me bragging about it.
Seriously though—that’s some Hermes Conrad level skillz there.
Steven Wright had a friend who practiced limbo until he could go under a carpet.
She will be a candidate for knee replacement, by, when, age 25?
If I owned a garage I would hire her so fast!
That’s, like, 40 bucks in savings right there.
She needs a Jiffy Lube sponsorship.
I think its close enough to the 10,000 hours that Gladwell talks about.
I’ve always wondered why its called limbo, is it what you do before going into purgatory?
I came here to post Hermes, Hermes had already slid under the cooker. Thank you for beating me to it by like 18 hours.
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