We should all be more like NFL football players. Why do I say that? Because every time they execute a play, like they are paid handsomely to do, they celebrate like the clock just struck midnight on New Year's Eve! They point, they strut, the high five, and they dance. Boy do they dance! They must think those tight uniform pants showing off all 300 pounds of their junk in the trunk maes them somehow adorable.
But wait, perhaps this somehow gets you started on a second career. Take for example, Von Miller of the Denver Broncos, whose hip-shaking gyrations have landed him a spot on the upcoming season of "Dancing With the Stars." Sure, other football players have been on the show and even won the competition (Hines Ward). But those were players from a different era, where popping champagne for every successful action was the norm.
Could you imagine if we did that at our own jobs? A nurse successfully gets an IV in a patient and begins jumping up and down, spinning in circles, pulling the IV out, blood spraying everywhere. A fireman gets the hose properly connected to the hydrant and tears off his coat in rejoice while the house continues to burn. Obviously these are extreme examples, but I know if I did pelvic thrusts in the hallway at my office every time I did something that, well, I get paid to do, I would look incredibly silly and would not end up on DWTS.