Magnus Itland (itlandm) wrote,
Magnus Itland

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Food II

Warning: Do not go shopping while hungry! Especially not if you have to carry the goods home afterwards for half an hour, in the general direction of uphill.

Hmm. I wonder why legs get weary after a while? I mean, they run on oxygen and carbohydrates, both of which are completely eliminated in the process and become harmless carbon dioxide and water, which are eliminated through breathing. So why cannot legs go on indefinitely? I understand when you run, there is not time to break down the carbohydrates completely and you end up accumulating lactic acid in the muscles. But walking is slow enough that I would imagine the sugar and fat is completely burned.

I wish I had my best friend here. She has studied the human body for years (medically, not erotically) and could probably describe the process in great detail. Or at least I hope she could. Actually she seems mostly interested in the blood and gore aspect of the medical profession. I worry about her sometimes...
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