I had no energy this morning. I also had no espresso this morning. Therefore, I felt sort of depressed because I didn’t want to do anything and didn’t feel like I’d accomplish anything all day.
I dragged around like a slug and finally went to Starbucks to get a tall latte. In a matter of moments, I had a flash of brilliance — an Einstein moment.
Not that Einstein needed me to concur that he was correct, but I finally got it. E does =MC2, only, I just realized that, in my case, C is caffeine instead of the speed of light. My mass, multiplied by the double espresso I finally had after realizing I’d be a lazy pig all day if I didn’t, created the energy I so badly needed to accomplish something. Now I’m wondering…should it have been a double espresso to be squared or a quadruple? I think double is right. God, I suck at math.
So, do anti depressants have caffeine in them? They should if they don’t because now, not only am I perky and a genius, I’m in a better mood. Wonder if Einstein knew he could have substituted caffeine for the speed of light and the equation would still work? Am I really a genius now — or is this just an espresso overload? I’m not sure, but I do know I have to clean off my desk before it implodes and —
I will never go another morning without my fully caffeinated latte.
DysthymiaBreeJanuary 23, 2014 at 2:20 pm
Spoken in jest: I hate to break this to you, but if you usually have a single shot espresso, the c squared would be … another single shot espresso! (because 1 x 1 = 1) However, if you usually have a double shot, then c squared would be quadruple … in which case, you might approach relativistic speeds, in which case things start getting really weird 🙂
I love a gal who can quote Einstein in the morning.
Should be more of it.
Fran TunnoJanuary 23, 2014 at 4:13 pm
I thought so, but wasnt’ sure. I love a gal who actually knows math. My son told me I was in too deep, but I went for it anyway. So, since my espresso was a double shot and I usually have a single shot, then I am (mathematically speaking) OK. Or criminally insane, not sure.
DysthymiaBreeJanuary 23, 2014 at 4:14 pm
Ha ha! I’d say OK 🙂
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