How weird is to nap in a touring center?

How weird is to nap in a touring center?

Post by Jon » Thu, 19 Jan 2012 10:19:01


Tired, and goaded by friends, I laid down on a bench in front of the
fire place at Trapps and took a nap (with a book on my stomach as a
visual aid).  How weird does that look?
 
 
 

How weird is to nap in a touring center?

Post by gr » Thu, 19 Jan 2012 13:29:46


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> Tired, and goaded by friends, I laid down on a bench in front of the
> fire place at Trapps and took a nap (with a book on my stomach as a
> visual aid).  How weird does that look?

Sounds normal to me; comfy chairs and fireplaces are there for a reason!

 
 
 

How weird is to nap in a touring center?

Post by Ben Kaufma » Thu, 19 Jan 2012 20:37:22

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>Tired, and goaded by friends, I laid down on a bench in front of the
>fire place at Trapps and took a nap (with a book on my stomach as a
>visual aid).  How weird does that look?

Here's weird. A while back, I had a bad crash on ice and received a small cut to
the bridge of my nose, which I was not aware of.  After skiing I went to the
lodge for a snack before heading home.  When I got into my car and looked at the
rear view mirror I was startled by  the dried *** on my face, which no one
said a word to me about it in the lodge.

Ben

 
 
 

How weird is to nap in a touring center?

Post by Bill » Fri, 20 Jan 2012 02:46:55


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> Tired, and goaded by friends, I laid down on a bench in front of the
> fire place at Trapps and took a nap (with a book on my stomach as a
> visual aid). ?How weird does that look?

The book on your stomach no doubt made it look better. Now, if you
were dressed more like a homeless person with a beer on your belly...
Actually, I'd vote for more public places friendly to napping.