So, last week, I was with a group of friends eating at Gillette Stadium at a place called SkipJack’s – very good food, by the way. I had to excuse myself and go to the bathroom. Now while I was in the bathroom doing my tinkle thing, my mother called me. Something about the moment made me answer and it was a pretty quick conversation. She just wanted to know if I was coming home tonight.
Then as I was ending the conversation with my mother, I got another call from my job. They had called and were looking to see if I wanted to work or something silly like that. I don’t know why they would call me so late in the night but that’s whatever. Then they were asking me how my promotion was going and what I have learned so far. Like I said, I don’t know about the moment but I was so compelled and passionate about telling him. He was impressed and we had a good conversation.
Realizing where I was, I jetted out of the bathroom and back to join my friends. But before I could, I had one problem. I recently bought these jeans from American Eagle, and I love them. The only problem I am having is getting used to button-fly jeans. They take some time breaking them in. I completely struggle with buttoning these jeans to the point where I was only able to button “the important ones.” After a few more minutes, I was able to leave the bathroom. Of course, I got a ton of comments about what really went on in the bathroom. I found it funny that all of the events happened and it brought smiles to everyone’s faces. I’m good for that.
But having that episode in the men’s room, it made me think of the kinds of internal conversations that we have there. Besides the car, it’s where we do the most internal thinking – unless you’re one to set time aside for meditation. And I feel that it’s important that we take advantage of those times where “being alone” will always happen and do some internal thinking, whether for motivation, planning or just collecting your thoughts. Then I came across this.
There is a new Internet show called the Men’s Room, hosted by Mark Sparks. He is a multi-dimensional talent for some reason I believe that he was a contestant on Keys to the VIP. I’ll have to go back and check that out to confirm. But anyway, he’s done a couple shows and I am excited about the people he is going to have here in the future. There is so much to learn, that I am including it here on my site. Check it out!
Watch this episode above about Frank Kermit. He is someone that any guy can look up to as he provides something I care about a lot. Not just getting the girl. But keeping her.
You can also check the Men's Room website here if you want to see more videos. If I see other episodes worth posting here, better believe you’ll catch it here.
Props to Mark Sparks on this one!