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Boost Day (part 5 of 9) – Relax Or Else September 28, 2009

Posted by eric22222 in General.
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My, we’re just boosting on through this retelling of the Boost Day adventures! This is the midpoint in our nine-part series on Boost Day. If you missed the earlier parts, why not check them out:

  1. An Introduction
  2. A Long Road Ahead
  3. Reunion
  4. Ultraviolent

After a cutthroat game of miniature golf, we took to the mall once again. The various kiosks and stalls provided some amusement, from some rather unusual signage, to a retro video game set.

Jump over the pit! No, the- watch out! Jump! JUMP!

Jump over the pit! No, the- watch out! Jump! JUMP!

We noticed at one point, Brad had paused in front of a rather relaxing looking store and had struck up a conversation with one of the employees. We waited on him to catch up. Finally, he rejoined us.

“Guys, I’m going to do it. I’m going to the oxygen bar.”

“You know, I think they’ve got some air around here for free… Oh, here’s some.” *deep breath* “Ah.”

“No, it’s more of a half-hour massage, with relaxing music, and also scented oxygen.”

Normally, that would sound a little unusual to me, but it was Boost Day, and who doesn’t like a good massage?

“Alright, let’s do it.”

We were strapped in, so to speak, in over-sized massage chairs. Headphones played a continuous shuffle of tranquil melodies as we drifted to the edge of consciousness, too relaxed to stay awake, yet too comfortable to fall asleep.

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In case you forget to relax, the signage kindly reminds you

Following the adventure proper, we were treated to complementary energy drinks and a non-chair back massage. This was actually my first energy drink, and it did have quite a bit of kick to it. Finally, we were… treated to a creepy, vibrating, head massaging machine.

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