You see a shark. I see a punchable face.
Hey 3.5 readers.
You all know that I’m a champion yeti fighter, but did you also know that I am an accomplished shark face puncher?
There’s nothing quite like it really. Very exhilarating.
Every morning I wake up and before I shower or shave or even have a cup of coffee, I leave BQB HQ, swim out into the middle of East Random Lake (East Random Town’s largest body of water) and I punch anywhere between five and seven sharks right in the face.
I’d recommend it, but I can’t, because my attorney advises me not to, you know, because of the 101% virtual certainty that this activity will lead to you being eaten by a shark and being turned into shark poop.
So you know what? Don’t punch a shark in the face. Just live vicariously through me, knowing that I’m starting my days by punching many sharks in their respective faces.
Look, I’m putting myself at great personal risk by even telling you this. Sharks have Internet. You think they don’t because they’re underwater but they do. They eat like a hundred people a day so if you do the math, that means they have thousands and thousands of cell phones.
And because the owners of those phones have been turned into shark poop, the sharks are able to use their phones and not pay any Wi-Fi bills until the owners’ plans run out.
I know I only get 3.5 readers but you never know, a shark could see that I am bragging about punching them in their stupid faces and they could get mad and have themselves shipped into big water tanks all the way to BQB HQ for the sole purpose of eating me and turning me into shark poop.
Do you know how hard it would be for me to blog as a BQB shaped piece of poop?
It would not be easy, let me tell you.
So anyway. That’s how I start every day, 3.5 readers.
How do you start your days? (Again, hopefully not by punching sharks. Leave that to a professional, like yours truly. This blog and its proprietor will not be held liable if you try to punch and/or do anything with or go anywhere near a damn shark).
But seriously, what normal, non-shark punching related things do you do to start your day?
Tell me all about it in the comments.